Monthly Archives: July 2012

The last couple days

Written by Amanda Pascute First, I’m sorry I haven’t posted in a few days. It has been mostly calm and quiet. Thursday morning I woke up to a chemo spill. Thank goodness there wasn’t much chemo in the bag when it broke! Thank you to everyone that has been bring food! It’s been delicious. Friday […]

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A Quiet Day

Written by Amanda Pascute Today has been a quiet day I had lunch with a girlfriend I hadn’t seen in years. It was great! Craig had a pain free day today for the first in a long time! Even better then being pain free is he hasn’t taken his hydromorphone ( he takes it for […]

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Stressful Day

Written by Amanda Pascute Today has been perhaps the most stressful day yet. People in and out of the house all day. Phone calls from Cleveland Clinic and our doctor, bills that should have been taken care of but weren’t, and the ever present med watch.       So the worst news today is […]

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Home

Written by Amanda Pascute Came home from the hospital today. It was a surprise to everyone! Craig is doing great today, we had a lot of visitors at the house. Thank you everyone who stopped by! Not much to write about today. God continues to bless us and keep us safe. 

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Today, I am called blessed

Written by Amanda Pascute Craig is still in the hospital and in quite a bit of pain even after taking all of his pain drugs. He had a CT with contrast earlier this afternoon to see if there were any blood clots causing this pain. There aren’t any. He’s been able to keep what little […]

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Cleveland Clinic

Written by Amanda Pascute Cleveland Clinic here we come. I just got off the phone with them and they want us up there Wednesday July 26,2012! The date is still a little tentative they wanted us to fax his chart over to them. Which I sent his nurse to go do and told his doctor […]

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doctors, dentist, and the hospital

Written by Amanda Pascute We are back at the hospital. Craig is running a fever and has been vomiting most of the night. I called the phone nurse this morning and she said to get to the hospital. They admitted us straight away, but had to wait for the room to be cleaned. As we […]

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The Pump

Written by Amanda Pascute Today Craig started his 3rd chemo treatment. Which is delivered via a pump that is connected to his port. This chemo is pumped into his body 24 hours a day 7 days a week. So far he seems to be doing well with it. He has been really tired and sleeping […]

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