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.

Sunday, November 13, 2005

Sunday Night

Today dawned cloudy with high winds and cold, driving rain with small amounts of sleet.

We started the day off by going to the city flea market located inside the Civic Center. It cost $1 to get in and we found a surprising number of vendors. The only purchase....fudge and banana bread cake.

We had a late breakfast/early dinner at the Dutch Pankoeken House. Note to Stanley: We highly recommend the apple pankoeken. It is a sort of pastry crepe with apples and cinnamon inside.

We drove around for a bit and ended up spending the afternoon at the hotel. The sun finally came out and the day was bright and clear (but cold)

We had dinner at the Broadstreet Cafe. Note to Stanley: If you haven't ever tried this one it's a MUST! Their specialty is desert. The food was VERY good. you can probably guess Jackie is feeling good. We are both eating like horses. She has an early morning CBC blood test tomorrow and an appointment with the doctor at 1:30. If all goes well we will be back in Pryor either tomorrow night (if we can get a seat on the last flight out) or sometime Tuesday.

Until Later...

Bruce & Jackie


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