Great grandson Luke got a new car for Christmas. He was all over it while his dad Mark tried to get it assembled. So funny.
Even Max was checking out the tools .
The instruction also. Looks as if dad has his hands full.
Luke just seems so happy and enjoying it all.
While Mark is trying to put the wheels on, Luke crawls in the window. LOL
When his little fire dept. car is done, it was time for Luke to have a treatment for his C.F.
Update on Ted. He had his second round of chemo..two hour drip twice a day 12 hours apart. for 5 days. A day of rest and they sent him home on the 1st of Jan. He was not in any good spirits or feeling well . On Friday he was to have the first of 208 blood works for the year. I got him to the hospital got the blood work done stat. Once I get Ted home, I take his temperature and give him his morning meds. His temperature was 99...that did not worry me too much. But I knew to check it again to see if it would be climbing. He did not want to eat, did say he wanted some coffee...took one sip and said he felt sick to his tummy. I gave him nausea meds that he was prescribed. 20 minutes later...I took his temperature and it was 102 point 4. That made me almost panic. So I get him in the car take him to Tipton's hospital ER dept.
They admit him because his blood work was done and not good numbers. After about 2-3 hours in ER they transfer him to ICU. They give him platelets and antibiotics. His fever is up and down. They transfer him by ambulance to Indy to the St. Vincent's that had just sent him home 4 days earlier.
He is now on the oncology floor . He has some infection that all the drs. can't seem to narrow done to were it is coming from...as possibly his own gut...as chemo can do that. Now he is into the diarrhea again. Not wanting to eat and not enough rest. The only good thing about all of this...he is still in remission. I am asking all of you to please keep Ted in your good thoughts and prayers. I am so grateful for each of you . I wish you all blessings. XO