Thanks again, much, for the kind words and support. It means very much to me, and also to Ivan, when I told him of it.
He has had both of the biopsies, lung and bone, and will be going into Atlanta tomorrow to discuss treatment options. He has said to me that he will likely not do chemo, as it treats one and not the other, so what's the point. I agree with him on that. But he has asked me to do something for him when the time comes. Compassionate Release. I agree with it in theory, but it is much harder when it is someone close to you. I worry about whether I will be strong enough. I have talked with my P.O. He is willing to work with me, and has told me to keep him updated on the situation. That is a big relief. Salamat sa Diyos. We will also be selling the house and moving into Atlanta soon, to be near the hospitals and to his family and friends. In a way, that will be good for me. More people + More computers = More work for me. Sad that it had to come this way, though. Well, back with more soon.