Daily Life


Been busy working around the house the past few days. Finishing a couple of lingering projects before I start to paint the bathroom. I want to get all the inside stuff out-of-the-way, so that when spring finally arrives, I can get out of the house. The weather has been warmer and the snow is melting, but we still have between 4″ – 6″ in the yard at this point. It’s been a long winter here.

I also have been preparing for DonateLife Month, which starts April 1st. I’ve been printing out donor cards, ordering pins and reviewing the facts. In reality, every day is DonateLife day for me ……. I’m always ready, willing and able to speak to people about being an organ donor. I’m a very proud, walking, talking heart transplant recipient!!

I’ve also been trying to figure out a way to  “give” away some generic Cellcept. When I went on generics this past summer, my Tx Center specified ONE certain manufacturer. Of course, the second time I placed an order I got a different generic (different manufacture) , which I can’t use and the drug company doesn’t want back.  I know that 1,080 capsules of 250mg of generic Cellcept is worth a small fortune and I hate to flush them if someone could use them. If anyone has any ideas this is what I have – I have 1,080 capsules (250 mg/each) that were manufactured by Mylan. The specific description is as follows : Caramel/Lavender, Oblong, Mylan2250/Mylan2250, MFR: Mylan

Anyway, daily life goes on …… and quite nicely!!

About DAP

I am a heart transplant recipient and these are my stories and thoughts. My desire is to assist others pre or post heart transplant in anyway possible. Please feel free to contact me if you have a question.
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