Blog for Jackie Sue while at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. UPDATED. This blog now covers her progress after her mini-allo MUD transplant. Her transplant was the first one to be performed by the Mayo Clinic.

Saturday, November 05, 2005

Saturday Night Update

Saturday was an "off" day. No blood test, no doctor's visits, etc.

We took the car and drove around Rochester and explored the city. We saw a sign for Cabellas - the big sporting goods company. We drove about 40 miles to Ottowana to see the Cabellas. I bought a couple of pair of shoes and jackie picked up some shirts.

We drove back to Rochester and finished the day by eating at Newts. We had nachos.

Tomorrow Jackie has another CBC at 10:00 AM. We'll post the results when they are known.

Until later....

Bruce AND Jackie

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey guys sounds like you had a fun day. Brian the kids and I went to Cabelas in Kansas City over labor day. It is a very neat place. Jackie, I am glad you are getting to get to have a little fun after going through all you have had to go through. Have a great Sunday. Love you and praying for you. Love, Tami and Family

10:23 PM

 
Blogger Tami said...

Hey guys sounds like you had a fun day. Brian the kids and I went to Cabelas in Kansas City over labor day. It is a very neat place. Jackie, I am glad you are getting to get to have a little fun after going through all you have had to go through. Have a great Sunday. Love you and praying for you. Love, Tami and Family

10:36 PM

 
Anonymous Jean said...

Cabella's is a fun place to visit. That was one of the stops on a bus trip we I took a couple of years ago. I think we ate in their restaurant and had some weird wildgame thing. (Your nachos were a better choice). Years ago I spent a summer not far from where you are, at Sparta, Wisconsin, a little town near the Camp McCoy army base. If you do other outings you might enjoy a drive in that direction. It is a very pretty area. Your posts are great! We are looking forward to the next one. Lots of love...keeping our fingers crossed on the test results.

12:07 PM

 

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