All is well! We were on a long vacation and I homeschool my 3 so this is a busy time of year for me even w/o the vacation. We are still chasing paper for the adoption but we have seen the picture of our daughter and she is adorable.
Oh, as far as the HepB I have some labs that are not ideal...my viral load is higher than its been in the past but hovering under the 2000 IU/ml mark that would signal needing to start treatment. Ultrasounds showing the tumors largely unchanged (changes are w/in the range of differences in imaging and measurement).
I think I am on your boat with "busy". At work, we are doing much more work with much less staff. I am very thankful that my daughter is back to her old self but that whole episode drained me out and push my work back to the stone age. I'll be in catch up mode for some time.
For this same reason, I delayed some of my doctor's appointments, a month or two. But when I finally got labs done a few weeks ago...it's still the same...bummer.
Hope things goes well with the adoption. And hope you continue to have good imaging results.
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