New Additions to the Vogt Family

January 2008The twins are here and running things rather well. Eric III and Caitlyn arrived on Dec. 1. We had a learning curve with their parents to adjust to their every need! Their sisters, Annika and Kierstin are a big help and we go over to thei…

More Good News

I am considering many options for the continuation of my blog. I do so appreciate your patience. There are many good developments in my health of late. My red blood has taken a miraculous turn for the better and now resides at a nice healthy 12! It…

Moving On

Sorry that I haven’t checked in to write my blog for so many days. Everything is fine, I’m just considering renaming my blog…so as to move on from cancer. My treatment is done. I’m in remission. I’m in an independent study that takes up much of m…

Continuing on

A lot has happened the last month. The CMV infection was resolved, and then 2 weeks later reappeared, so I’m back on the anti-viral medicine. The rash on my face has grown to be a non-fungal "dandruff", which isn’t pretty, but manageable. When I complained to SCCA, I was given a link that showed some pictures of some real graft vs. host disease rashes. Suddenly I’m not complaining so

Quick Trip to Houston

As promised, I am returning to Houston for a quick check up with my doctor at MD Anderson. We’re staying at Springhill Suites because the Rotary is full. But that is fine. The main reason the Rotary is better concerns parking. If you stay at the Ro…

An Entire Week (Almost) Has Passed

There were lots of things to do this week. Mainly, unpacking and getting Jacob ready for school. There is, as you can imagine, a lot of things that have been left undone over the summer that I’ve needed to do. I still find time in the mornings to dr…

Home

It looked as if there might be flooding in the area of Houston where the apartment is, so Kirk and I decided to come home to Dallas now. It was a good decision. Tuesday, we’ll return so I can have my catheter removed at MDA. Hurricane Dean is headin…