I'm very happy to report that I managed to get admitted around 11am. There were no available rooms on the BMT floor, so I was placed on the leukemia floor and will be moved as soon as a bed upstairs becomes available. I'm also very pleased to report that I haven't been hooked up to an IV pole yet. Hospital vets can tell you what a pain it is to drag that thing around with you, especially when it's potty time. Too many lines to get tangled and they're all connected to you.
I've been given a starter dose (6 pills) of dilantin, which is an anti-seizure drug ahead of receiving chemo. I'll get a smaller dose in a few hours and then at 7pm I'll get my first dose of fludarabine and then an hour after that I'll get busulfan. The rounding transplant doctor reassured us that I'm still on track to get the transplant on 9/5.
That's all I have to report for now.