line is fixed and we are home :)
It took quite a while and poor Lina had to be pinned down for it, staring at everyone in sterile clothes and masks
infront of their face.
We were able to leave last night and arrived happily at home. Yay home :) We will be (hopefully) home on islotation for about two weeks and just go down to the onc clinic twice a week to check on her counts and do blood transfusions if needed. We will be doing another MRI in about 2.5 weeks to check that the chemo is working. I think out of all the MRIs we have had this one is the scariest one for me as we have no idea if this chemo will work for her or if her cancer manages to progress even while on chemo.
So the plan for the next two weeks is to stay away from all germs and bugs and stay healthy so that we can enjoy
our time at home. We decided against any fever spikes as they would mean hospitalization again and are hoping the weather will allow us to play in the backyard a bit.
Thank you everyone for the amazing support during round 9 of chemo. We ate so well thanks to Michelle, Steve & Tara, Colleen & Randy, Shaelene and Mina :) . A huge thank you also for the very thoughtful cards and presents for Frieda, she was so excited to feel special too, especially as Lina tends to get all the attention from everyone in the hospital. She really owns the place.
Thank you everyone for helping us through this difficult time, we really appreciate it and it truly makes a difference!