Tracking the progress of a little girl through her journey through cancer and her healing.
Saturday, August 11, 2007
Blogging? What's that?
So I've been a bit lax lately. But it's a good sign. Things are going well in the world of Abby and we've been out and about so much I haven't made the time to let you all in on what has been going on. So her it is, a month long summary blog.
Abby is doing pretty good on the medical front. She still has a small fever that comes and goes. It's been pretty low and doesn't seem to bug her too much. She had a little tummy trouble on our 2 week vacation, the last 2 weeks of July, but now she seem to be doing better. She still isn't 100% though. Right before we left on our trip they took her off all of meds! Yippee. Since then we've put her back on Zantac, but that's it.
See, on the doing things front... lets just say we've been making up for lost time. Here's what the Schreiber Clan has been doing for the last month:
Abby and I went backpacking up near Rocky Mountain National Park. Hiked in 2 to 3 miles and back out. I carried all the stuff (35lbs) on the way in. I carried all the stuff (35lbs) plus Abby (42lbs) for the final .5 mile out (uphill). My legs have finally recovered.
The whole Schreiber family took a vacation! We drove to Boise to see Tiffany's folks, did ton including floating the Boisie river with Abby and Anna. They also went to a water park and had a blast!
Then on we went to WA state to see my family. We had a great time there as well. The girls pulled carrots in my dads garden, picked cherries, and loved running around the yard. We went to the beach, went sea kayaking for an hour in the bay, walked around town and Tiffany and I got out to see some great Jazz at the Port Townsend Jazz festival! We had hot dog and marsh mellow roast too at a camp site in Fort Worden.
Then Back to Boise, and back home in time for me to run into work and start to get ready for the school year.
I'm sure there is more that we've done but those are the highlights. I'll get you some pictures of it all soon.
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