Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Ainsley's New Year

Wow, did I sleep horribly last night! To be honest, I am still pretty out of it. I spent most of the night tossing and turning. This was, of course, outside of a few hours that I spent on my laptop between 1 and 3 AM. Much is happening in my world and that often dictates an active mind and lack of sleep. I simply have too much on my plate. Period.

Oh well, I am happy to report that the kiddos are all doing well. Ainsley will be home for the next couple of days. This is the first day of Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) and her preschool is closed for the holiday. Sydney and Graham, however, will be busily working their way through school at Southwest Christian.

I am off this morning as I am still too tired to think and I can see by the clock that it is time to get my act in gear.

I promise a more informative and clever entry tomorrow.

Regardless, my purpose rolls on.


Anonymous said...

How is Hayden doing? Was his surgery successful in removing the entire tumor?

Anonymous said...

L'Shana Tova to Ainsely. May you and your family have a healthy and happy new year.
A reader for the past few years

Anonymous said...

Mark I am giving my friend, Jennifer, your information because I don't know what else to do. Her baby, Charlotte, is 2 months old and was just diagnosed with Neuroblastoma. We live in Richmond, Virginia and because Charlotte is on Medicaid they will not pay for her to go to New York for treatment. Charlotte has her first MIBG scam tomorrow at MCV - the have already placed a central line - they are frantic, scared, feeling hopeless. Here is the information to their CB site www.caringbridge.org/visit/charlotteleipold The doctor found this mass at her 2 month visit and said it is the size of a baseball and all scans show it wrapped around the aorta. Thank you for any encouragement you can provide them.