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Monthly Archives: September 2009
Yesterday’s visit was a lesson in patience, or lack thereof. We arrived at 6:50am so I could register and get my EKG, chest x-ray, and labs out-of-the-way. Then off to the cath/biopsy area. I arrived there at 8:15am and settled … Continue reading
Tomorrow is my heart biopsy day. Even though I only go every 4 months for this procedure, and I’m 28 months beyond my heart transplant date, I am still nervous. I know a number of patients, and they all get … Continue reading
I’ve been going through a period of wild, crazy, off the charts kinds of dreams. For long periods of time, my night time mind will be “quiet”. Then I’ll go into these stretches of dreams …….. Not every night, maybe … Continue reading
Sometimes I tell people that my wife and I had a heart transplant together. She had the hard part ~ all the decisions, all the grief, the tears, the pain. All I had to do was lay there, unconscious for … Continue reading
Some lines cannot be crossed ~ but many can ……….. I love this “quote” from an old television show. So you can waste your life drawing lines or you can live your life crossing them. At some point, … Continue reading
Very simple today …….. What’s your answer?
Sometime in the past 28 months I wrote about this, but I can’t find it. So, I’m going to rewrite it here and save it for prosperity. And, also for a dear friend that’s going through this same type of … Continue reading
I’m a few days late with this post because we were out of town for our grand daughter’s heart procedure. Her procedure went well and she should not have ill effects. This post is not about health or medical issues, … Continue reading
Bella’s procedure is over & she did excellent. Hole was larger than originally thought, so used plug instead of a coil, no long term negative effects, flat on back for 6 hrs then home. Thank goodness. We are relieved!
My grand daughter’s heart procedure is today. God is watching over her and guiding her doctor’s hands. All will be well. Many, many people have her in their prayers ~ we thank you for that.