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My baby is growing up

My little guy!!!
 My son starts school tomorrow. My little guy! It seems like yesterday that he was learning how to walk. And now, he is heading for school. What if he doesn't make friends or what if he is scared? I think he will do just fine. He's my little guy.

It's Wednesday here--fried chicken day at the hospital. The most anticipated day of the week here. My mom was so excited that she could hardly contain herself. Thank God for the catheter. 

All morning, she was talking about the fried chicken. Apparently, only a select few know about this hidden option on the menu. My mom is one of the special ones. Also, I learned from a nurse today that my mom is something of a celebrity on this floor. She has defied all odds. Her cancer was so advanced when she diagnosed that she was suppose to have only lived six months. Now it makes sense why so many medical folks are in and out of this room. 


It was pretty decent chicken. She was quite pleased with fried chicken day.


Daily Dose


1. My baby is going to school.


2. My mom continues to improve.


3. New episode of Top Chef.





Comments

  1. Your son is a cutie alright and his grandma is quite the fighter. That is awesome that she has managed to fight this the way she has. Hope she enjoyed that chicken!!

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  2. hope he loves school !!
    (you know.. at least at first, haha)

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  3. Oh lord he is just the cutest thing i have ever seen !

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