Monthly Archives: April 2014

Crossroads (Thoughts after the Tornado)

If you live in the US, you are most likely aware of the devastating tornados that struck the central part of the country last night. Oklahoma was the first target of these storms resulting in several deaths. Arkansas was the … Continue reading

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 So I have my “To-Do” list which contains 18 items. I have completed 5 items and have a 6th at a point where it could be called complete. If Melanie doesn’t add to the tasks, I can consider myself 1/3rd … Continue reading

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T-77: Planning and Doing

Yes, that is the countdown to my stem cell transplant. But that is only half the story. It is T-62 to the day we must be packed and ready for the drive to Houston. Someone asked me why we were … Continue reading

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All Systems Are Go: Let the Countdown Begin

We visited with Dr. Kadia, my leukemia doctor, earlier this month. This was the first time we had to discuss the results of the recent CT scan and bone marrow biopsy. It seems that most of my swollen nodes are … Continue reading

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Compliments To the Chef

We’ve all heard it said that hospital food is terrible. For the most part, that is true. We visited a friend of ours in a local hospital. As providence would have it, we arrived at lunch time. Though I did … Continue reading

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