School Music Program
Platelets 24 (Transfusion needed. Normal 150-400. Possible Danger- bleeding to death.)
11.9 hemigloban (great, normal)
4.5 white (ability to fight infection. Normal- much to our surprise.)
3,680 ANC (Normal, much to our delight)
Christi continues to feel very well. We weren't able to get her platelets transfused today so it MUST be done tomorrow. If connections can be made, this can be done here in our hometown. I'll just say communication haS been a bit of a frustration today.
That wonderful dad of Christi's has been handling our health insurance fiasco. Unfortunately, we don't see an end in sight. (Did you know an insurance company can just take back money they've given to a doctor for services provided? We're absolutely amazed.)
This morning at school Christi found out that she should be able to attend the Arbor Day program with her class at the park on Friday. Her teacher, Mrs. Smith, started rearranging parts so that Christi would have a speaking part like the rest of her class. Christi said, "I don't care about my part, I'm just glad I get to be a part of it," which nearly moved me to tears. This little one is so special! I think she's got life figured out and like our Heavenly Father she can see the big picture!
Tonight was her first Spring Music Program at school. (It's for grades 4-6.) As you can see from the picture, she's pretty easy to pick out now with that little round head. Our school has the most amazing and talented music teacher!! Christi had a lot of fun singing and playing her recorder. Thanks to Grandma Nonee and Grandma Nee Nee for attending it too!