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Monthly Archives: December 2010
“Every day is a new beginning. Treat it that way. Stay away from what might have been, and look at what can be.” Happy New Year to ALL!!
Believe me when I say I’m VERY fortunate to have decent health insurance. It’s not perfect and it’s been expensive in relation to my fixed income, but it’s something that I HAVE to have. For example, I believe the charged rate … Continue reading
The subject line was written to me as part of a Merry Christmas greeting. The person that wrote it is a wonderful friend. That, like me, is a heart transplant recipient. This friend was writing about the borrowed gift that … Continue reading
It’s important for heart transplant patients health to eat good, quality foods. Many of us have had wonderful meals over the past few days. turkey, ham, seafood ~ holiday feasts for sure! As we are deep into the holiday season … Continue reading
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays to all of you and your families!! God Bless!!
Miracles Definitions ~ 1: an extraordinary event manifesting divine intervention in human affairs 2: an extremely outstanding or unusual event, thing, or accomplishment Quotes ~ “Each of my days are miracles. I won’t waste my day; I won’t throw away … Continue reading
I will admit to being something of a germophobe. It comes naturally to many people who have been given a new lease on life via an organ transplant. I was taught early on by my medical team that cleanliness is … Continue reading
“Each of my days are miracles. I won’t waste my day; I won’t throw away a miracle.”
It takes a bit of extra effort for a heart transplant patient to get ready to travel. At least it does for me. I can remember the first trip I took of any distance after my transplant and I was … Continue reading