This Week Two has ended and so things will improve for a short while. This wasn't a "great" week but it was a week worth having. We went to several doctor appointments; pretty much the rest of the year will be "new stuff." Even though she's gone through surgery and radiation before, this is way, way different. We have a superb team and they've been very helpful in setting the stage and expectations. There are still a lot of unknowns. Apparently, Diane will continue the "immunotherapy" for a year with two drugs and perhaps three, we won't know for sure until after surgery. Although the side effects are not as bad as the real chemo, they will be troublesome...but I'm pretty sure that she'll power through it all with her friends and family helping.I did a quick walkabout today in Old Town after having breakfast with a friend. Lots and lots of people, I guess that's the changing nature of Alexandria.