9:00 AM After all the excitement of last night, it was apparently much ado about nothing. Sophie threw up once more on the way to Chapel Hill, but that seemed to be the end of it. They went ahead and put her on fluids to keep her hydrated, administered some anti-nausea drugs through the IV, and ran some blood work just to check and see how her counts are doing. She never did run a fever, and her counts came back low, but not terribly low, which was our concern since she looked so pale. Her platelet count has dropped a lot from last week, so we'll need to get a check again next week to make sure she won't need a platelet transfusion. While they were at UNC, they went ahead and did Sophie's dressing change (she was due for one yesterday anyway), and Sophie reports, "I was this brave [holding out her arms as wide as possible]". Susan took a brief nap and then they returned home late last night. It was Susan's second round trip to the Triangle in one day, so she was pretty wiped out. This morning, Sophie slept in a little bit, but as soon as she got up she was her chipper self and I just got back from taking her to Countryside--she walked right up to the teacher and said, "I went to the hospital last night!" I wish I could be so nonchalant about the whole experience!