Katie and I leave home, after lunch on Saturday, on a plane for Wichita, Kansas. We are headed to the Center for Improvement of Human Functioning International. It is here where they do the intravenous ascorbic acid treatments with nutritional therapy. Katie hated to leave her brothers and mother behind after just being home less than a day and a half. She had tears in her eyes as she kissed and hugged her momma and little brothers goodbye. We both knew it had to be done and there was no time to lose or waste in getting the treatments for the cancer. The trip would take about 5 hours. We arrived at about 7 pm and rented a car and found a hotel to stay in. Due to the court battle we could not make our reservations timely and had to accept an earlier flight arriving on Saturday instead of Sunday. Our appointment is for early Monday morning. This gave us one free day to look over and explore Wichita. Wichita is the largest city in Kansas. It is the home of Wichita State University. It is a beautiful, clean city, with a lot of active new growth and development.