by Michael Wells
I just arrived at the hospital, worked late tonight and finally got here. Brady is fussing a bit; damn temperature keeps bouncing around like a basketball. He’s trying to get to sleep but it’s apparent he’s a little uncomfortable.
I sent Sherrie home for the night; she really needs to get some decent rest. Not too much to report just hoping for the best. Brady’s friend Jimmy is down the hall fighting a fever as well, I guess it’s all part of the program. So, as I have asked what seems like a million times before, please continue to keep Brady and Jimmy in your prayers, thoughts and hugs as they both are in need of a little support.
“8 Years Later—Still No Cure for Pediatric Cancer” is a series of posts revisiting the journal kept by Sherrie and Michael Wells during the cancer diagnosis and treatment of their son, Brady Michael. Hopefully these entires will provide an understanding of the journey families face when dealing with these horrific diseases and of the important work the Hugs for Brady Foundation does.