ANC 900 and FREE.
Dr. Barnette has shown so much love for Millie and I am grateful to him. I am happy she was able to tell him goodbye. I know we will see him in passing, but he is no longer Millie's main man since we moved from the Oncology Team to Bone Marrow. We have missed him.
As a going away gift Irish let Millie squirt him with saline. Oh how she giggled. Thank you Irish.
Millie waited for no one to ring the bell. We were all standing there waiting to hear what to do and she jumped up and got to it.
Ring This Bell
Three Times Real Well
Its Toll To Clearly Say
My Treatments Done
This Course Is Run
Now I Am On My Way
When she was done she asked Brady and I if we would like to ring it with her.
Goodbye to all her friends. These people loved and took care of my baby. I owe them everything. Every nurse, every tech, every doctor, every housekeeper, our dietitian, every pharmacist, every therapy dog and owner, every social worker, our music therapist, and countless others all took a part in getting Millie through the last 6 months. These people became my friends and my family away from home. I will miss them. Yes, we will be at the hospital a lot, but hopefully not in ICS, only clinic visits for check-ups and transfusion. I know that's a lot to hope for, but hope and prayers have gotten us this far and I know that they will continue to hold us together to Millie's next big milestone, Day 100.
Bye Beezer and Cheri. You will be joining us soon and we will miss you.
Welcome HOME Millie!
Gold Balloons for Childhood Cancer, Orange for Leukaemia, and Turquoise because it's her favorite.
It wasn't long before Millie's presence had once again filled our empty home.
You are my Miracle Millie.