Monthly Archives: July 2014

Day +11: I’m Brave? I’m a hero?

I’ve read it from many of my Facebook friends. “You are incredibly brave.” “You are a hero.” The thing is, I don’t feel like a hero, super or otherwise. Nor do I feel particularly brave. Yes, I’m doing something that … Continue reading

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Day +10: We Have Liftoff!

I know, I haven’t written anything lately, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been busy. This transplant business is heavy work! (Well it is, but not like bailing hay heavy.) The truth of the matter is that I haven’t had … Continue reading

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Day -3: A Touch of Humor

There are two types of people: people who see obstacles and grumble and those who see obstacles and have fun with them and count their blessings. I’m a member of the second type. I’ll use a couple examples from my … Continue reading

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Day – 6 and Counting

I’m glad today is over. We started out being early for everything, blood/specimen collection and a CT of the sinuses (just regular sinusitis as it turned out) then things kind of went to pot, timing wise. We waited for one … Continue reading

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Day-9: Hurry up and Wait

All the travel is done. All the tests are complete. The first round of chemotherapy has been infused. That was the “hurry up.” Now comes the wait. At least it gives me time to think. That’s a good thing … … Continue reading

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