We’ve let a few projects slide over this past year as Amos has not been physically able to do them. My friend, Ryan Evans, had me make a list of things he could help with. One of those things was a loose board on my gate. Ryan went all out and is replacing and staining all the boards with Porter as his assistant. He even brought several stain colors for me to choose from and is also trimming our bushes out front among other helpful things. How did I get blessed with such good friends? This is such an incredible service. He says he serves because it helps him feel better. People who figure that truly find happiness.
Amos spoke to Dr. Lanauze today and the news is good. He says most of the radiation got exactly where it was supposed to go and the gall bladder and intestinal leaks may be much less significant than he thought. The radioactive beads delivered to the liver should be enough to remove the tumor but we won’t know for sure until after more tests.
Amos went to work today but says it was probably a bad idea. He left this morning dragging and came crawling through the door six hours later almost in tears. He had thrown up his lunch and was in terrible pain. I got him some pain meds and now he’s trying to rest.