Cole is being admitted to St. Jude's in Memphis today. Both parents are there now. Wendy rode with Cole on the air ambulance, and Nathan followed the next day. I'm in route with Nathan's truck. The first day, I made it from San Diego to Van Horn, the second day from Van Horn to our place in southern Missouri. Nathan said he doesn't need the truck till this afternoon, so I get to rest this morning and get on the road again after lunch. Wendy said that Cole loved the air ambulance ride. The air ambulance was a Leer jet that made the 2000 mile flight in under three hours. Whew! What a blessing and a treat for Cole, who loves flying things. What I'm expecting is that over the next few days, we will gradually learn a schedule of treatment and figure out what our roles as support persons for Cole will be. I must admit, that as a person who goes into "rescue mode" at the hint of crisis, backing off to just be "Gran" who is available - but not involved in the process or decisions - is very very difficult. If any of you have wisdom in this, please PM me or post here. I'm going to need guidance. Keep those prayers coming. We have seen them work wonders already.