Casey is in the hospital getting another cycle of treatment. This is a different protocol than the one he was on 3 years ago. Back then he would go into the hospital as an outpatient on a daily, weekly and eventually monthly basis. This time around they keep him in the hospital for 5 days, giving him chemo constantly and regulating his organ functions. Yesterday he got a spinal dose. I'm glad they gave it to him early in his admission. It is a lot easier to lay flat for long periods of time in the hospital than what it is at home. After all, where are you going to go in the hospital? At home here he has 2 puppies that love to lay on top of him. Deli, our cat who weighed 8 pounds (we lost her in July) would lay on top of him all the time during his last go round. Bowie, who weighs 40 pounds, has decided to take over Deli's job. Maybe I should send Bowie up to him today. I have a feeling he will need something to keep him laying down today at 12:30 when his Tar Heels play Kentucky. Let's go heels!