Today is 10 weeks after she got her cord cells. Wow, more not good news today. So we already know that this fungus in the sinus is bad, well it is very bad. The Granulocyte transfusion is only a temporary help. It won't get better until she has an immune system, namely lymphocytes. She is still not producing anything, nor does it look like she will. The results from the LP came back showing the virus is getting worse, but not significantly. Since the 2nd med was stopped 3 weeks ago, the fact that it has only progressed this much means the first drug is holding it at bay. Same situation, it won't go away until she has an immune system. What is happening now is that the adult match they would like to get is being contacted, then if it's a go, then current testing will occur, 5 days of the prep, then collection, then Kelsey will get 4 days of wipeout chemo, then the cells. If it is fact going to be 2 weeks until she gets cells, then she will get more of the 2nd med to continue to treat the brain virus and the granulocyte transfusions. It was a tough day of news. News that wasn't shocking, but news that puts a frown on my face. Do I just keep hoping each day that this is the day she will be healed, or do I just not expect anything to keep from feeling down? I think that sometimes living in just that day is not having any expectations at all. Just live that day to His glory. Thinking ahead to healed or not healed is just too far ahead right now. Any thoughts? Anyway, it has been a tough day for me, for her, her temp has been down to 35, and it has been awhile since it was that low, actually Jan. 2. When this happens she loses all things normal. She is extremely confused. I have a few more things to do for her, then I'm off to rest. Thank you for praying and standing with us during this huge bump in time.