This week has been nice and quiet. Nothing unusual happened. It's hot; hotter than where my parents live in Florida, and that can be really hot if you're out and about here, because in Florida there's air conditioning.
Bogdan has been keeping track of days with circles on our white board. He filled in today's circle grey, because it was just a regular (good) day. Tomorrow's is black, because we're leaving, and he's sad about that. But after that, the next circle is connected to a drawing of a boy with a huge smile, holding a paint brush by a blob of paint: art camp!
Yes, we're gearing up to go to Kyiv for my next Keytruda infusion at the cancer clinic, and the timing is great, because all our kids will be involved in art camp here. It's a day camp, but it goes morning until evening and includes all three meals, so all they have to do at home is sleep. Jaan will be running the sound system and taking care of technical stuff. Raia is a counselor for the little kids. Asya and Bogdan will be happy campers.
Tomorrow Will and I will travel. Monday we'll be at the clinic. I don't have to be hospitalized this time, but they don't want me to leave Kyiv right away, so we'll spend the night and next day with friends there. Tuesday evening we'll get on a train to be home Wednesday morning. Again, we have regular tickets for the midnight train, but Will wants to exchange them for first class on the earlier train, like last time, if possible.
Thank you again for all your support and prayers!