Well we would call you right now but it is 5:30 am your time and we know you might be going to seminary but then again what if seminary is cancelled? We will call you later. Devree is excited to talk to you and hopes that sometime you and Megan would write her a letter. I know it isn't texting but getting mail really brightens her day.
Devree had one glass of milk and one oreo yesterday and kept it down. But this morning she lost her cookies literally. She had her ativan the first thing when she wakes up to try to ease the nausea but was still feeling yuck so I tried to give her a big gun like Kytril in pill form but about 30 mins. later up it comes. Today Devree has lab work done and we talk to B clinic again about her toes hurting. She says it feels like she has been walking on tippty-toes for weeks. This is a side effect of vincristine but it is not supposed to kick in till round 2 or 3. The nursing staff might have to cut back on vincristine. She is hurting this morning too.
Today we have a visit with the nutritionist. We are supposed to bring her diary of food. I think I can remember everything Devree has eaten in the last 2 weeks. It is pretty easy. Just yesterday and the day before. The rest of the time has been TPN.
We loved the letters from the Sunday School class. I am so happy that Dayton ward is getting more youth. We can't wait to meet the new young man who is quite the artist. The seminary card was also great. We got that the day before. It really brightens her day to read all of the things from the seminary students. Of course Grandma Rice sends a card every week and Debbie Fauvell has some goody for us every week. Thank you for all of the mail! We live for mail, email and snail mail.
Have a great Memorial Day Weekend! Remember this is to remember those that have died and to celebrate SUMMER! I love summer! No more school and lots of fun stuff to do. I hope that we can have a BBQ for Memorial Day. The kids here only have 2 more days of school. That would be great except all of you in Nevada they start school waaaaaaay early!