Sunday, July 20, 2008

A fabulous Sunday..

Well it was the day that we took Daniela and Justin down to Brass Camp in Southern Md. I'll tell you, this camp could not have come at a better time. This week is going to be very stressful because Cody starts his hard chemo Tuesday morning. We dropped them off at the camp which is located in Lenardtown Md. They were busy taking their swimming tests before we left. So, we told them we love them and said goodbye.

Diane told me there was a small lighthouse very close to the camp so we decided to drive a little further south to see it. This was not the beach but for 30 minutes it was almost as good for Cody. I took some nice pictures and a couple movie clips while we were there. The movie is to the right on the blog. I hope you enjoy it and the pictures.

Note:
Cody will not be getting a stem cell rescue after this chemo. He would have to go to Duke because Georgetown is not certified to do that procedure. They feel he is on the edge of recovering on his own. Time will tell...



Piney Point Lighthouse in Md.





He could hardly wait.



The water was very warm. It was like bath water.





Stick with me kid and you can have a big beer belly too.

4 comments:

BIG MO said...

I'm so glad you all had a great
Sunday.I figured you all would make the most of this weekend since
he will be in the hospital several
weeks. Thanks for the pic's and a
BIG thank you for the movie. He sure was having a good time and the sound made it even better.Hope the kids have a good time at camp
and Cody's stay at the hospital
will go quickly and without any
problems. I just couldn't get over
how much he enjoys the beach. As
usual, it's time for me to roll up
the side walk and go to bed.
LOVE TO YOU ALL,
MOM

elizabethnyc said...

Gosh, those videos really warm the heart, as do the photos! Great seeing Cody just being a kiddo at the beach, hanging out in the water, etc.! Glad you had such a great day!

ElizabethNYC

Gettin Older said...

Thanks for the wonderful pictures and Video clips. It is great to see him being a normal kid.

Anonymous said...

Thanks! I am so glad he got a chance, though short to get in the water while you were there. He really did enjoy it. Praying for ya'll this week.

Susan and Jonathan