Monthly Archives: November 2009

Hope

I’ve written previously about volunteering at my transplant center. I speak with both pre & post transplant patients, as well as a few on LVAD and a couple on the full artificial heart (Cardiowest). Volunteers came & visited me after … Continue reading

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Exercise

For all of you couch potatoes out there, please listen up!! If you can walk, take some extra steps every day. If you can run, run a bit further today, and even further tomorrow. If you can afford to belong … Continue reading

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Outside

It was a beautiful fall day here yesterday. I got outside to do a few things. In complete uniform that includes mask and gloves. Whatever it takes. A few pic’s ………

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H1N1

I had my last clinic visit at the end of September. At that time, my Dr told me I had to get a seasonal flu AND the H1N1 vaccine. No problem. Or so I thought. I received my seasonal flu … Continue reading

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Posters / Flyers

I blog, I volunteer, I speak about the benefits of organ transplants almost daily, since I had my heart transplant. I ran a series of posts in April (DonateLife Month) on an old blog, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and my old web … Continue reading

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Petri Dishes

Virtually every person that has had a solid organ transplant practices safe health practices by washing our hands frequently and avoiding hazardous places as much as possible. Some organ recipients are staunch “germ-o-phobes” and take cleanliness to an extremely high level. … Continue reading

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