Monday, May 18, 2009

Monday, Monday

Today we entered Savannah's room to find her receiving 2 more units of blood. Her hemoglobin was down to 7. That could be another reason she is so weak. She's still neutropenic so they've still got her on all kinds of antibiotics. Her right arm where she had the tumor removed is swelling more than usual but I don't know what they can do about that. I sound like doom and gloom but actually she feels and looks a lot better...she's just really tired.
She received some mail today so that pleased her.

On a much lighter note...Danny went shopping by himself today! Tomorrow is our 25th Anniversary so he decided he would take off on the metro to Pentagon City Mall to find me a gift. It has 4 stories with some really nice shops. I've been there before so I knew what he was getting into...and I told him...but... he was determined to go! SEVERAL hours later, he returned with a beautiful silver and crystal snow globe with a picture frame in the top and on the bottom he had our names and "25 years of Loving" engraved on it. He did a good job. He must REALLY love me because He really HATES Malls! :)
Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 19th is also my Dad's Birthday!!!!!!!!!!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY DADDY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  1. HAPPY 25TH! You two are a true testament to being in love, sharing the good and bad and keeping God at the center of your relationship. Good example for the rest of us, and way to go, Danny, you just scored some big points!!!

    Keep loving on Savannah and get her ready to come home where she can be loved on, rest and get her strength back so we can take that trip to KC!


  2. Happy 25th anniversary! Lot's of love Tanya

  3. Something to be said for a man in (WOP) waiting on Patti FOR 25 YEARS!! Hes a great man and you a great woman and our best wishes for many more years of happiness and memoies.We Love and MISS you-all!!Rebecca and Family

  4. Happy Anniversary!

    I called your mom and talked to her for awhile this morning.

    Sorry to hear about the low blood count. She must be exhausted.

    Hugs, kisses, and prayers coming your way always.