While waiting for test results to guide our treatment decision making, we have been making progress on Eli’s list of things he wants to do. Basically it’s his bucket list, which, as it so happens, I had the foresight to start work on many months ago, since, it appears, foresight as to where this journey was headed, is one of my superpowers (or maybe I had done enough research to have a pretty good guess as to what the typical outcome is for his disease). I will talk more about his list in another post.
Meanwhile, on the Make-A-Wish front, Eli’s inventor’s workshop will be installed next week. We’ve had lots of help prepping the ground for its placement from our friends, neighbors, and members of our church congregation. Our hearts have been full of gratitude these past weeks, months, and years for the continual love and care we have received from family, friends, neighbors, and congregation while fighting this cancer. Here are a few pictures from the workshop prep:
*Yes, the fence is mostly missing along that side of the yard. We live in a very windy area and the panels get blown down and posts are broken. It does make it easier to see the view.