Today was a long, exhausting and rejoiceful day. I left the house this morning draped in jewelry with my pockets overflowing. I wanted to have all of you close to me for support. So many items to remind me of Ty and Gavin - along with beautiful good luck tokens and unique religious mementos of every denomination - have been thoughtfully gifted to me, Lou and Ty over these 18 months, and it is so comforting to feel that love from head to toe. I had my worry stone, my lucky ladybugs, my miracle stars, my bracelet, my medals, my stones, my coins, my necklaces, my SuperTy and "Cure Cancer" tees, my wallet inserts, my pictures, my prayer cards and more! It really reminded me how many people love Ty and all of my family, and that is so special.
After hearing the good news, Ty had his bi-weekly infusion and we decided to stop in on the inpatient side for a quick visit with some of the caring nurses we have grown to love and adore. They give Ty the BEST MOST LOVING CARE and Lou and I will forever be grateful for that. They take care of all of us, really, and it has made Ty the healthy little growing boy that they saw today. I miss them, but of course we are thrilled that we don't get to see them often anymore because that means Ty is healing. We are nowhere near out of the woods, not by a long shot, but I can see the sun through the trees and it is very bright.
|Today was a good day indeed. :)|