Well, yesterday the WBC was 2.4 and today it's 3.6! All of his other counts are staying the course on their own, as well. For some reason his Potassium levels are extremely low, so we are bringing bags of it back to the apt. to do on our own with a portable pump. He'll see his Dr. Shpall on Tuesday to get a better gauge on his clinic schedule for the next few weeks.
Lex and I, as well as Mrs. Sekely that flew in for a weekend visit, went to the Astros vs. Rangers b-ball game at Minute Maid Park yesterday. Jason's company, ENSR, gave us free tickets, an Astros cap and some Astros bucks for food. Thank you so much!! It was a great diversion and the stadium was terrific. Very similar to PNC Park, except that they had a retractable roof and it was air conditioned! Good thing, too, as the temps. and humidity here were in the high 90's again.
We'll probably not put much more on the web until after his biopsy on the 11th, as things have become rather monotonous with his daily clinic visits. Except for when we get the lab results and see how high his WBC is getting! :-) His relatives (Eileen, Tom, Tyler and Grams) are coming in for the holiday weekend, so we expect to have a few fun days on the horizon. Hope the fireworks are great where you live. Take care, Mel