I moved the Disney pictures to the bottom of the page....it was confusing some people since my new posts were showing just beneath the slideshow...right Amber & Sandra (wink, wink). I doubt they were alone in this assessment, so I changed the layout.
Today's treatment brought no fever for Brad. By 10:15am Dr. Thaller had administered a double dose of Coley's toxin into Brad's port. Still nothing. I found it strange because for the prior 3 days he was running fever like clockwork...every day by 9:30. We left the clinic by 2:30 this afternoon, went home, packed a weekend bag, and left for Munich to meet up with Scott. Sabine helped us out by picking up Scott at the airport for us...then she went on to play tour guide..taking him to some of the sights around Munich. I believe they went to a war museum and a concentration camp. So sorry I missed that....(I know it is history but I don't handle those types of visuals well..at all)
Tomorrow we plan to go into downtown Munich...meeting up with Sabine again. Sabine and I are going to do a little shopping together while the boys see a few more sights. This evening Brad is struggling with an evening fever (probably because he didn't get one today) and a horrible round of coughing. He is really feeling worn out. I pray that he is able to sleep some despite all of that.
The weather was a little dreary today...cold and wet. Tomorrow promises to be better...I hope that is true since we made plans to look around so much outside. Brad will freeze if he has to sit around in a damp wheelchair all morning. Much different from the past, Brad gets cold VERY easily anymore. At temperatures of 79 he will tell me that he is freezing...this is the same man who used to complain of being hot in our house when it was 70 degrees.
Right now I would ask for specific prayers for Brad's rest. I know that his body needs sleep in order to heal. He has been struggling so much with pain and cough that even if he falls asleep, he has difficulty staying that way. Thank you for your prayers, your kind words, and your love for our family. And, thank you Tammie for sharing Scott with us for the next 10 days...we feel so blessed to have such wonderful friends as you. What a gift.