Well, Will's day was just like the dialysis days go. Well, there was one exception-Will got to listen to the eighth round of the National Finals Rodeo with Dad. Wasn't he lucky???
Dialysis came and took almost five liters off today but then he started cramping and running a fever again so they stopped. His fever comes down after a couple of hours and then the cramping stops too. I don't know why because I still haven't met the kidney doctor so I haven't been able to talk to him. From what the nurses say, he comes in real early and Will doesn't usually know when he's there.
Still NO NEWS AGAIN so we don't know what will be happening. We were really hoping that we could get down to Salt Lake and get all this done so we could maybe be home for Christmas. Now Christmas is two weeks away so it doesn't look all that great but we will see. We are where we are supposed to be at this time. I have faith that God will get us moving when we need to be up there and not a minute earlier. We hope to have some news in the morning.
Grandma and Grandpa George came up and stayed a few hours while Tom took a walk. They have been so supportive during our stay in Boise. What we would be doing without our family. This journey would be so much harder on us if we didn't have the support of our family.
God bless family