Lizzie is home and doing well. Taking medicine like a champ. Her daddy has since become sick though. He is out on the road working, not with her, thank goodness. He however will not be able to accompany Lizzie on Tuesday to the hospital for chemo as he is sick and she has to stay away from anyone sick. He is bummed out but knows it's for her health and that's what were concerned about. I wish I could be with him and pamper him as he is now sick too. Got a little run down from the week long hospital stay and probably picked a bug there :( I want to stress to everyone as I know Lizzie's mother doesn't understand how important it is for everyone in her family that will watch Lizzie regularly to have flu shots to help protect her, that this isn't something to mess around with. A simple cold can now be life threatening to anyone going through cancer treatment, please help out by doing what you can to avoid getting sick. Don't be the cause of spreading it!! It's not funny to get a fever when you're healthy it's now even more serious!! PLEASE GET A FLU SHOT AND WASH YOUR HANDS AND SPRAY COMMONLY USED ITEMS IN YOUR HOUSE WITH LYSOL!!!!

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