Well, as a lot of you have heard I had a great weekend at "home" in VA. I got to see a lot of family and there were many more people I would have liked to have seen but my immune system is not up to it. I even had to see Michael's new cousin Teagan through the window because she had her 2 month shots the day before. They say one of the biggest things that gets bone marrow patients back into the hospital is that you feel good and feel like doing things yet forget that your immune system is still way down.
Yesterday's clinic visit was good but a little long. They had to give me IGG - which I had never heard of. When I told Michael what they had given me he got very excited because that is one of the molecules their research group has studied. He offered to draw me the chemical structure (bigger nerd than me) but I didn't think that would help my understanding of what it was. IGG stands for Immunoglobulin G. It is basically the same as antibodies and will give my immune system a boost. So I learned yet something else new yesterday.
Hope you all are having a good week - and to some of you have a good day back to school tomorrow!