Sunday, June 17, 2007

The Week's Finally Over

Well it was a very busy and tiring week. I drove Chris for bloodwork on Wednesday. She took herself on Thursday. Friday we both went and they measured her vaccine injection sites and took a skin biopsy of the largest one. That's sort of painful as they have to numb her up first and then gouge out a piece of skin about 1/2 the size of a pencil eraser.

Saturday was nice. We drove out to Baltimore around 8:15 and first went to a small French Bakery in Fells Point for coffee and breakfast. Bonaparte's was the name of it and it's right on the water. Thanks for the the suggestion Randy! While we were there there was someone in line right behind us. It was the Dr. that did Chris's Chemoembolization 2 months ago! Small world. After breakfast we shot up to Hopkins for another blood draw.

Friday night was the end of the year picnic for the Spires Lacrosse Club. I'm on the board of the club and the boys play in the club. if you would like to know more about us. We had about 300 people show up for the picnic. Capping off a very succesful year for all teams.

Last night, Saturday, we went to the Frederick Keys minor league baseball game. Great game as they won in 10 innings. Fireworks after the game and over 8800 people. The most people all season. The weather was great and Chris really enjoys going. It was an early start to Father's day.

Oh, today is Father's day. We cut the grass and did some yard work. Just taking it easy. We're planning on eating early and going to an outdoor concert in Frederick with some band that plays classic rock! I'm into that I guess.

I thought I'd share this wonderful picture of Alex. She went camping with us last weekend and as you can see she was having a wonderful time!!!

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