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+ 0 - 0 | § Monday

Well, it's time again.  Alex is going to the OR tomorrow for the 18th time, this time to have his g-tube hole closed and possibly dilate his esophagus.  I say possibly because the surgeon never got back to us on whether or not he'll have time to do that too.  Alex is scheduled to be 3rd case, which we're not looking forward to.  The surgery is supposed to start at 11:40 AM, and Alex can't eat for 6 hours prior...meaning that he'll go all night and morning without food (or anything but clear liquids)...meaning that we're going to have a grumpy Alex on our hands.  For a kid who spent so much of his life not knowing hunger, he sure has learned quickly!

 In any case, we expect to be at the hospital at least overnight (Albany Medical Center) and will post on the results as soon as we are able.  This will be our first extended experience at AMC, so we're not sure if we'll have access to computers like we did at Hershey.  Wish us luck!

+ 0 - 0 | § That darn coffee table

Alex had an altercation with the coffee table last night, right around bed time.  There was a disturbingly large cut, with a disturbingly large amount of blood, but it stopped bleeding surprisingly quickly.  This morning, all he has is a bit of a fat lip to show for it.  We're starting to think that the coffee table has it in for his mouth, considering the number of times he has hit it with it.

+ 0 - 0 | § Busy Weekend

Kari and I got our green thumb on this weekend, or I guess the more accurate description right now is brown thumb.  Pappy and Mammy (Kari's Dad and Step-Mom) came over this weekend with a crap-load of crap.  Literally, a truckload of cow manure.  We tilled a section of the back yard, and put in a well fertilized garden.  I tore out a large pricker bush in another area, and reclaimed that for tomatoes.  We also pulled a dead birch tree out of the ground that had shed most of its branches last winter.  I had fun killing the pricker bush and pulling out the tree.  Kari had fun planting and growing new things.  Eh, to each his/her own, right?  All of this activity has left Kari and I sore and sunburnt, but feeling pretty good, nonetheless.

We saw a couple of deer across the street on Sunday morning, along with a few rabbits, so we are going to have to fight to keep our garden our own.  We've set up a fence around the garden, which should help, and it might also keep out one of the animals more dangerous to gardens, Alex.