She did A LOT of cooking.
|Jen working her culinary magic!|
There was also a Frisbee-throwing-park-day,
one dinner party
and two game nights. And she and our kids spent two days riding roller coasters!
She totally spoiled us and Hubby and I both tried to talk her into staying longer. LOL ; )
Hubby is doing well. He is resting and recovering. He is on a feeding tube for 12 hours a day now and is eating 800 calories of real food, as well. He is learning how much food his esopho-stomach (as he calls it) can handle without making him sick.Jen's chicken tacos and guacamole were his first meal of solid foods since the first of the year! He was SO happy!
He goes for little walks around the house and we try to walk down the street and back together once a day if he is feeling up to it. Lord willing, his feeding tube will come out next Thursday! (the 'J' tube is a messy thing that I need to clean every couple of hours, even during the night, and I will be one happy camper when it is out)
I recently added up all that Hubby has been through and it came out to:
Six weeks of chemo and radiation, 2 surgeries, 2 ER trips and 19 days in the hospital!
What a journey! Such patient suffering! He is amazing!
We are so thankful that he is cancer-free!
And that God has met all of our needs along the way! -He also sent us a bundle of fun for a week in my sister!