Can I just say that Eric makes me laugh. We were walking into the hospital's main entrance when he looks down and sees a tissue attached to the front of his shorts. He grabbed it and said "how embarrassing" I was laughing and there was this lady waiting to be picked up at the main entrance and she was laughing. So she saw it too. What I think is funny is that people try not to look at Eric's leg but sure want to.
While we were waiting for Dr. Randal a kid came into the waiting room, he was about 8 years old and had a broken arm, and he said really loud "oh man did you break your leg?" Eric said "Yeah something like that."
Eric got an A+ from Dr Randal and Dr Spraker on his leg, heart and hearing. So all is well and they are just prepping Eric for the Chemo. This time he will get the doxirubican and cisplatin. So it will drip for 48 hours and then we will be able to go home. I am thinking friday morning we will be heading home. Where we now have a handle on what to do for his neausa, we should be okay... I say that as if I am the one getting treatment, but I sure feel it with him.