Monthly Archives: June 2008

Birth

I gave birth to four children (at different times) faster than my book has arrived. It has almost been the same as waiting on a baby to wait on a book. My mother calls almost daily to ask, “Are the books there yet?” Like … Continue reading

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Blood Pressure

Blood pressure is a funny thing sometimes. When you have a heart transplant your blood pressure is watched closely. Nick, thankfully doesn’t use any blood pressure medicine but he does take his blood pressure regularly.  He has never driven to the hospital … Continue reading

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Biopsy

Nick went for his semi-annual heart transplant biopsy yesterday. Thankfully he got a great report–no rejection. Those are sweet words to a parents ears. He did have a couple of small med changes. I fine it interesting that after seventeen years … Continue reading

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It is almost time

When I was a child I read a story about someone who put up a billboard that stated: It is coming. A few weeks later the billboard was changed to read: It will be here soon. Again it was change a … Continue reading

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Graduate

Nick is now officially a high school graduate. It is a milestone in any one’s life but in Nick’s it is more of a bolder. He has lived and done well enough to graduate. We made a big day of it. There were about 15 … Continue reading

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