Well, I thought it was time for an update (still in pj's, coffee in hand). Many of family and friends have reached out with care and concern for Bob during this crazy pandemic. The commercials from the CDC do raise concern as they mention those undergoing cancer treatment are at a greater risk for complications with the Covid-19.
I want to assure everyone that we are isolated at home and only leaving for hikes/walks (supposed to be a gorgeous day here today!) and occasional trips to the store. We are sanitizing and washing our hands like crazy. Bob and I are both working from home this week and all 4 of us are handling being in constant contact with each other fairly well - even the teenage boy! Bob's company is considered essential business (who'd have thought?) and he will be working in the office next week.
Bob continues to get his blood work done weekly and everything looks really good. At this time, he is not immunocompromised- hooray! He is doing very well this week. There are currently 5 cases of the virus here in Erie County. Hopefully, the numbers here will stay low. We hope and pray there will not be any delay in receiving Bob's 6th round of treatment- scheduled for April 9th and 10th.
Finally, a little inspiration from Jesus Calling:
"I have promised many blessings to those who wait on Me: renewed strength, living above one's circumstances, resurgence of hope, awareness of My continual Presence... My Presence is fullness of joy."
In this uncertain and scary time, may you find renewed strength, much hope, and joy that measures above these circumstances in which we are living.
Stay well everyone! xoxoxo