Coming home from the hospital, we hit a huge dust storm that turned into a huge wind and rain storm. We found out there was another fatal accident near our home and we heard this one had four fatalities. This monsoon season has turned all the grass really green but has taken too many lives. Grandma, Amos and I were coming back from the cancer center while Porter and grandpa were coming back from the store. We all experienced low visibility and had to slow way down or pull over. We got home just as they did and enjoyed a wonderful evening together.
We saw the oncologist today and got some good planning done. Grandma was worried but had it out with the doctor and feels much better. After Amos gets fluid draining catheters placed in his stomach and lungs, then regains some strength through TPN feeding over the next couple weeks, they will start him on chemo pills.
Our home health nurse got us an incredible new hospital bed and a wheelchair. They were delivered today. I just know they are going to make life better for my sweet Amos.
One of our wonderful missionaries is getting transferred tomorrow so he came to say goodbye tonight. We will miss him.
We are so excited to have a friend in the ward who works at GoDaddy and is going to help supercharge Evie’s website behind the scenes. You are the coolest friend ever Ezra.
We also had a visit from the entire Stake Presidency tonight. Love those good men.
With all the stuff going on today plus rehearsals and getting ready for an AZTV7 spot for Evie tomorrow and her CVX Live trip, we got to watch most of the acts on America’s Got Talent tonight. We were super impressed with a few of them and are excited to meet some really talented people in a couple weeks.
The storm was crazy and the visibility through it was terrible, much like the visibility through our storms right now, but we know our way home by heart and we are making our way back there together even if we have to slow way down or pull over.