A few updates:
Part Two of my visit with Kari on You Brew You is out here:
If you missed Part 1, it's here:
The kiddos (well, the older boys especially) have loved learning more about art and dog training here.
Agnes is doing really well, minus a cold which she hates. She will meet with her care team in the next month or two. For now, we continue on the propranolol to slow the growth of her hemangioma/vascular malformation. This summer, she will have a repeat MRI to see how things look in her spine since her surgery. I have been looking at earlier photos and videos and want to write a post soon about where she was three months ago and where she is today - so many miracles.
I am gearing up for my third round of this chemo with a trip to Houston afterward for another scan. At that point they will determine how much more chemo I will need and when I can plan for surgery. Side effects continue to linger, but everything is manageable, and I'm just thankful to keep moving forward.
This winter storm has adversely affected so many people, especially those areas of Texas where weather like this is almost nonexistent. Jeremy has been working so hard to keep the waters open for the cattle (breaking ice at least once daily) and checking cows around the clock. We are so close to calving season and lost one baby calf born premature in this weather.
I'm still reading this book.
This is the only thing touching my dry skin these days.
Wouldn't these candles be fun for Easter?
I recently made her chickpea and pasta soup and drool over almost all of her recipes.
Let me know some of your recent favorite things!