So I have totally used this title before! So funny. I guess that is how I really feel about chemo! Today is a long day but we are holding up pretty well. I started with boot camp at 5:30, then a shower and a quick throw together of the kids, dropped them off at grandma and grandpa's then off to Primary for a bone scan and chemo. We had to be at the hospital 9 a.m. so that he could have his ink injection for the scan, then we had a two hour wait before the actual scan. We decided to go to the Forever Young Zone for the first hour. We played foosball and made silly hats out of the surgical caps. We made one for Ray, our new friend, who happened to be in patient and used our second hour visiting him. The funny boys decided to make their hats masks instead. It was so good to see the cute baldies together. How nice to have a friend who can relate. We are now sitting here in infusion receiving chemo. It has been awhile since we have been to clinic for chemo and it is nice to see some familiar faces. It was so great when we walked into ICS to see Ray earlier, we were stopped by so many nurses and techs who wanted to say hi to Spence and tell him how good he looked. It was also great to leave! Today he gets Vincristine and Irinotecan. The Irino is a five day chemo and we are sooooo lucky to have good insurance who approved the home health administration of it for the next four days! Chemo at home! What a fabulous idea! Now we can enjoy the holiday weekend (Pioneer Day is July 24th in Utah, it is a huge celebration). I always forget how much I love the people here. Everyone is just so accommodating and so wonderful to us. I just wish every child in need of medical attention could be treated here. I feel safe here. It is most definitely a place of healing, body and spirit. Sometimes I forget that there are "normal" kids (even though I have a couple myself) and am just getting used to these things. It is awesome to think that there is an end and I will have a boy with hair again! Today was a pretty good day in spite of our busy schedule.