It was kind of funny at first, because it initially came in on top faster than the sides, so it kind of looked like I had a Utah buzz mullett. We should have gotten a picture of that. You all would have loved it. I had to carry around my banjo so it didn't look so weird.
I gotta tell you some more good news about wonderful blessing that a young man and our scoutmaster in our Ward have put together. All Conner Jorgensen needs for his Eagle Scout award is his project. Our scoutmaster, Matt Purkiss, also just happens to be our wonderful home teacher. He was aware that just before I got the cancer, we were working on getting new windows and siding for our house. Well, needless to say, that money's gone. So Matt and Conner have gotten together and received approval for Connor's Eagle project to be the re-painting of our house! Normally Eagle projects are not approved for individuals, but I guess all those years as a scoutmaster, district representative and council participant paid off. We'll get you pictures to keep you updated. Thank you Conner and Matt for your kindness. Not to mention all those that will get sucked into helping with the fundraisers, prep work, painting, etc. Now I'll have to try and keep from getting paint in my hair. What a wonderful problem.
I also got an email from Dennis Lozano's sister-in-law this week. He's still doing pretty well, and may be coming back to SF for a checkup in July. If he does, we plan on going up to see them. They are such wonderful people. Thank you all for your continued support, love and prayers for me and Dennis. We still need them. The Revlimid is kind of kicking me in the rear today. Tomorrow will be better.