Thursday, June 11, 2009

Thursdays are red days...

Mike wore a bright red polo shirt to his treatment today. The "girls" at the center all had red on today as well. I am sure Mike will try to coordinate with them from now on. The technicians asked if they could have our blog address... I am wondering how many people are reading this blog? It is such a joy to have made contact with so many good friends around the country and in our community. Again, your comments are what keep our spirits up most days!

Mike has just dealt with the phone company yet again, but did it with kindness as he seems to do with most things. Our voice mail will be up and running again tomorrow morning :) Mike is headed off to an annual meeting of the YMCA today. He feels good - No chemo sickness. He is working on marking up some drawings presently.

Andy is taking a little vacation and we are so pleased that he is able to get away for a time. He has worked hard in Mike's stead at the office and surely deserves a break.

There will be more bread making today and I need to go buy more fruit. Mike is loving those milkshakes (with yogurt:) each evening.

Have a great day and don't forget your umbrellas!


  1. Maybe your blog will become so famous that you'll have to spend your retirement years co-authoring a book. :) Sending hugs your way! (And, I'm betting my girls will wear red next Thursday.)

  2. There is a way to make $$$ off of your blog by how many people visit it in a day... I think it involves deals with advertisers (just a thought).

    I'm greatful that dad is handling treatments so well. I love and miss you.


  3. Mike and Nancy,

    I guess now would be a good time for me to tell you that I read your blog every day! It is great to hear that Mike is handling the treatments well. I also wanted to tell you that I aim to keep you and your family in my thoughts throughout each and every day!

    Take care,

    Zach Warrner

  4. I also read your blog everyday. I keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. You are both such an inspiration. Best wishes, Judy Griffith

  5. Mike and Nancy,
    Glad to hear that treatments are going well so far. I think everyday I ask Mike "how is Mike doing" or he says to me "what did the blog say today?" We too read and pray daily for you both. Mike said he saw Rudy today! I think it was the highlight of his day. If Rudy ever disappears, he's probably been taken by a contractor in a red truck and is living on West Purdue with us. Take care,