Friday, April 25, 2008

Day 2

After a very tired morning, Marian was good and goofy this afternoon. It was a mood probably aided by a little trip on her anti-nausea meds, but she was delightful even before that. Physical therapy, art therapy, crafting with new package from Janet, thrilled to pieces with Aunt Mindy's joke quilt (not to mention Uncle Jason's promise if she was brave), and lots of good silly cuddling.

Her counts keep falling, which is expected/deliberately planned (!), but still a little weird to see. I admit I'm unsure of the units (and the nurse couldn't enlighten me), but I think these are
thousands. I thought a little "normal CBC" google search would clear it all up, but no. Lots of different units out there. I'll ask during rounds.

WBC: 1.2
RBC: 8.1 (transfusion tomorrow)
platelets: 241

She misses her daddy something fierce.

7 comments:

The Seals said...

Marian is always delightful in spite of all her trials. Hang in there and know we are praying for you. I know daddy must be missing both of you.

Misplaced Country Girl said...

Stay strong big girl. I'm praying for you.

The Seals said...

This is from Sister Chapman, I'm at Glenda Seals house. Just want you to know how much i love you ! I always pray for you and your family. Marian you are so brave i'm so proud of you. Keep up the good work, i'll see you when you get home. Love you all, Sister Fran Chapman

Courtney said...

What is the longest word in the dictionary?

The word smiles because there is a mile between each s!

Scott said...

We love you Marian. We are wearing our Superstar t-shirts in lots of places. You and your whole family are in our prayers.
Here's a joke:
They say every dog has his day, but if he breaks his tail, he has a weak-end.

Anonymous said...

Wow - What a brave little girl and mom too. And I thought Isaac's 7,000 platelet count was low. It's all relative.
more love to you all!
M.A.

Mary Anne said...

Did you ever get the right interpretation of all those CBC counts? I had Isaac's results printed out, and at least it told me what the normal range was. I hope your wonderful world starts getting wonderful-er soon. Olivia's joke today is: "Why did all the bees start coughing? ...
Because there was a bug going around." She told me she made it up, but she reads so much I don't think she knows the difference sometimes :)