Today was one of those mornings that I would have abhorred "before." It started out regular enough. Alarms went off, kids up watching TV, but then a little distraction, running a bit behind schedule... A tired kindergartner, who really wanted to pour the drinks leading to a wild and loud tantrum. They say the age … Continue reading Have a seat
Category: December/January 2016/2017
I am marking many year anniversaries in this month and last. "One year ago we left for Boston (December 29)." "One year ago I had the surgery to remove my septic hip joint (January 10)." "One year ago, I was at the rehab hospital (that would be current time January 20's)." Conversations reflect on these … Continue reading Hazard Lights
Back from Boston. Proud to report that everything is going well. I mean it is. Really. As a transplant patient, I really am doing well. My counts are good. My liver is functioning. I have not had any opportunistic infections. My energy is improving. I am getting better. Really. Some days I have to talk … Continue reading Lady, Did you know?
"I don't want anything else to happen to you Mom. I want it to happen to me." Oh, how my heart is breaking over conversations like these. How can my child want my pain? There are very few things that I have been grateful for, but one is that it was me. Not my husband … Continue reading Walk a mile in my shoes