Tag Archives: Susan May

Report on congenital heart surgery outcomes is made available to public

  The Society of Thoracic Surgeons has made public its first report of pediatric and congenital heart surgery outcomes from the Congenital Heart Surgery Database. The report included four-year observed, expected and risk-adjusted center-level surgery-related mortality rates for the aggregate … Continue reading

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New Affordable Care Act Fact Sheets for Families

Created by the National Center for Medical Home Implementation and the Catalyst Center, these four fact sheets highlight provisions of the Affordable Care Act which benefit children and youth with special health care needs. Each fact sheet is written in … Continue reading

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Celebrating 23 years with a Heart Transplant

Nick celebrated his 23th year with a heart transplant this week. He says the longest living made it 31 years and died of old age. He wants to surpass that and more. I want that also. Thanks everyone for the prayers … Continue reading

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Halloween Trees?

On a recent visit to the west coast I was fascinated by the amount of Halloween decorations were in the store windows and even the hotels. The favorite decoration seem to be a big black rat. Nasty. They were everywhere. … Continue reading

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Chilhuly Art

In Seattle next to the Space Needle is the Chilhuly Garden. It was  amazing!!! If you are not familar with Dale’s work it is all done in glass. The is a piece of his work at the art museum at … Continue reading

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Visit with Michelle

On a recent visit to Seattle I got to see and have dinner with one of Nick’s nurses. I haven’t seen her in over fifteen years. She was not only his nurse as a bay but also a transplant coordinator … Continue reading

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Halloween Outfits

The twins were Pebbles and Bam Bam for Halloween. The fabulous Katherine Bone shared some of her squeeze bones for the outfits.

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Emory Hospital

During November Nick spent four days in Emory Hospital. He had a red rash in a number of places on his legs. His legs also ached. We were worried that endocarditics might have returned, After a number of tests nothing was found. The doctors did change … Continue reading

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Tea in Woodstock

The ladies of my Sunday School class recently when to tea at the Tea Leaves and  Thyme in Woodstock, Georgia. There were six of us. Since it was lunch time we opted to have nut crusted chicken and salad and … Continue reading

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The Fountain of Youth in the Auburn Magazine

              I would be making more money if my name appeared on the New York Times list but I couldn’t have been more tickled to be in the Auburn Magazine.

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