Cash finished another round of low-dose chemo yesterday. He has done exceptionally well taking the meds and we continue to thank God for each day.
On Friday, Wendi brought the boys to Zion for Jack Jr. to visit his class for the last time and for the staff to see Cash. Since Cash was stuck at home for so many months due to the fear of him getting sick, most of my co-workers hadn't seen him since his first few weeks in the hospital.
I was working in my office when I heard Cash saying 'Dad!' and I looked out my window and he was walking towards me in his walker. He tooled around the classrooms for a long time in his walker and the students were really great to him.
Friday was my last day at Zion and I'm now off work until January 3 when I start working at Cargill. We'll be busy the next month or so getting the house cleaned out and ready to sell. Hopefully we can get the house on the market by mid-December or early January. We are really looking forward to the apartment at my parents - it has a ton of space for Cash to use his walker and I hope the strength in his legs returns quickly with all of the exercise.
Thank you as always for your prayers and for those in the Pacific Northwest, I pray you have safe travels with the snow, ice, and everything else our weather brings...