They are just waiting on the groin biopsy (which should almost 100% be back tomorrow) and the bone marrow biopsies to come back to rule out any other type of cancer. We should hopefully go home tomorrow or Tuesday.
Steve has been very sleepy today. He didnt wake up till almost 10 am. We ate breakfast and then he fell back asleep. I woke him up @ 11:30 and told him we needed to go for a walk (the doctor had wrote orders ok'ing him to be completely disconnected from the IV pole and to leave the floor). Other than to and from the bathroom he has not walked around at all this entire time. In the beginning he was in too much pain, then he had one procedure after another (many requiring him to lay flat anywhere from 2-4 hours), then he would be too sleepy, etc, etc. So, anyhow, I made him get up. We went down to the laundry room and started our laundry. While waiting on the clothes to wash, we went up to the observation deck. It is a gorgeous view of the city from up there. Then we walked downstairs and outside to the front of the hospital. We found a bench and sat a while. It was gorgeous out today and the first time he has been outside since 11/9/12. We headed back upstairs and finished up the laundry.
Steve fell asleep right at halftime. I woke him up after halftime was over and asked if he wanted to sleep or watch the game. He said he wanted to sleep. That was around 4:00 ish? It is 8:15 and he is still sound asleep and will likely be asleep for the night. His sleep patterns are very weird, and these are the deepest sleeps ever. I was talking with 2 nurses and an assistant right by his bed (and we weren't quiet) and he didn't budge.