It's been two months since I've blogged about my sister and her progress. For those just tuning in, you can catch up on the entire backstory here. (You'll have to scroll backwards to start at the beginning.)
I'm back in Huntsville until Sunday, so I'm helping out in their final stretch of radiation (her last day is Monday). While here, I'll document everything again and post little updates for those that are curious.
My first full day here was yesterday. I got to hang out with my nephew all day and even went to Old Navy to do a little clearance shopping (I haven't been shopping since before I moved to Colorado). Before that, though, Alicia and Sean took me to see the house they're trying to purchase. It's a beautiful old house that was built in the 1800's and it's almost entirely gutted, which means it's primed and ready for Alicia (interior design extraordinaire) to go in and design her dream house from the bare bones that remain.
Below are photos from our exploration of the property yesterday. Alicia had a friend in town that invented an incredible device that maps out the floor plan by simply walking around the interior of the house. She came along and mapped it out for them while Tate and I explored the nooks and crannies.
As you can see, a lot has changed since the last time I posted photos of my sister. It's hard to believe that just two months ago, she was recovering from brain surgery. I'm so proud of the progress she's made and continues to make every day as she fights off the remainder of Dwight the Brain Tumor.