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9:00 AM: Just a quick note to say that the truck is loaded (Randall is putting the last few baskets and trashcans on top of the pile right now). It's been a very exhausting and stressful time, but once the truck is gone, I think it will be a real relief (and when we determine for sure that everything leftover actually fits in the two cars, it will be another relief). I'm at work today (had to come in for a doctor's appointment) but will head home early to polish off the house (need to clean out the refrigerator, etc.).

Thanks so much for all the wonderful comments. We look forward to a continuing long-distance relationship with the friends we've made in the community, and we continue to appreciate our existing far-flung friends who visit the web site and check in with us. And now, we'll be making new friends!

We leave on Saturday, and although we have our laptops with us, I don't know how often we'll check e-mail or post updates. But we'll definitely let everyone know how things are going on the other side.

(No updates from the doctor with official results of the bone marrow biopsy, but as we mentioned before, the preliminary results looked great.)


Hi! I was just searching around the web for info and happened upon your page. I think we were in clinic at UNC together a couple of weeks ago - the day of the 19 kids. We were number 10. I remember Verity calling for Ms. Sophie.

My son Grant is just entering Consolidation. We were diagnosed at Chapel Hill on April 26th with T-Cell ALL.

I have enjoyed reading your blog. I will continue to pray for you and your family. I'm sorry that we weren't able to meet in person.

Good luck with your move and may God continue to bless Sophie and your family.

Emily Nelson
Beaufort, NC