My step-dad is doing better at least. He finished his chemo about mid-March, and so far so good. He had to go to the ER about a week after because of some possible complications, but when they did scans then they didn't see any new growths or developments or anything! His oncologist is very optimistic that he is now in remission, but he won't see her again until next week. Then they'll know for sure, and she'll decide what to do about his port then.
Yay for that at least!!
Mom had to have surgery on her right thumb and elbow. It was necessary, she couldn't put it off any longer, but now she's going stir-crazy. She won't be able to go back to work until after May.
Last weekend, uuuuuuh the 8th/9th?, we found out that my cousin was in a very bad car accident. They took her to one of the hospitals here but they couldn't do much for her, so they airlifted her to the pediatric hospital in Columbia. Long story short, without getting into the details about that experience because it just makes my soul angry, they had to completely reconstruct her skull and her face; we don't know what kind of lasting damage has been done to her brain just yet, she lost one of her eyes completely, and she might not be able to see out of the remaining one ever again. She spent 14 hours in surgery on one stretch, and they're still not done. She's only 16.
And then last night my little nephew was rushed to the ER because he suffered 5 seizures in the span of a few minutes. They admitted him, and right now they are taking him down for an MRI to rule out anything neurological.
I don't know what I did to piss someone off, but dude it'd be nice to know. Plus if they've got a beef with me, I'd rather all of this shit to be happening to me personally and not everyone I love.
Listening to: Birds sing.
Reading: The things I type
Watching: MY SANITY RUN AWAY 8D