My blood counts look good and my bone marrow ingraphment is strong… Dr. Moore says I should be able to go home next week! I know it’s still a ways away but I can barely wait for the day I can walk out of this room and not have to come back! I want to be home in the worst way. Mom and I talk about all the things we will
be able to do together and the friends I will be able to see. I’ve done better than most kids going through a bone marrow transplant. I’m lucky, the girl in the room next to me has been in here for over a year…that’s just crazy! I believe everyone’s prayers and love has really been a big help for me. I don’t think I could have done this without them! I’ll never forget being in here but I am going to put this all behind me as soon as I can! I’m looking forward to having my life back again. Its wierd how you don’t know how good something is until it’s taken away.
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