June Graduation

6 Jun

It certainly feels like summer in Austin.  We’ve had a handful of days in the high 90s with spotty rain that has cooled days down into the 80s.  I think nights with 60 degree temperatures are gone for a few … Read More »

A Happy Mother’s Day

14 May

We’ve made it to the middle of May, which is no small feat considering Susie had a brain stem stroke two weeks ago.  This last week was a few steps forward.  Susie’s brother Doug was in town to help.  We … Read More »

July Cancer Check-Up

11 Jul

We are now approaching the middle of July.  First the good news.  Susie and I returned from MD Anderson this last week.  Her scans are stable, no growth/ significant changes to report.  So, this weekend we are collecting our thoughts … Read More »

Texas Flood

7 Jun

We’ve crossed into June and May has been quite eventful for Central Texas.  We experienced terrible storms over Memorial Day.  They were more than just Thunder Storms.  They included strong winds, up to around 65 mph, and water that caused … Read More »

Pesach Sameach and Happy Easter!

3 Apr

The Spring holiday weekend is nearly upon us.  Last year at this season, we were approaching life on a week by week basis.  It looked like Susie might be finishing up blood treatments for kickstarting her bone marrow’s production of platelets.  I was … Read More »

A Two Spotted August

16 Aug

We are now at the middle of August and Susie has just returned from her two month neuro-oncologist appointment.  With the reduction of her anti-seizure medicine and getting a tube put in her left ear, she has been feeling better … Read More »

Still Walking

2 Aug

July has come and gone.  We are officially into August.  Looking back, it has been quite a roller-coaster month.  Susie’s left ear and fatigue continued to plague her.  She did all sorts of antibiotics and steroids to reduce inflammation or … Read More »

Memorial Day Weekend

30 May

We are at the end of May.  The weather in Austin has been quite unusual.  We had some very hot days and some very cool days.  In fact, the cool days were also wet.  Susie and I found ourselves breaking … Read More »