Living

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Bob had doctors visit this week, started with a respiratory treatment to fight against a type of pneumonia that is common in post-transplant patients. Then we saw the nurse practitioner. He’s still doing very well…all things considered. Still very tired, energy level is increasing slowly but surely.

He even went to work this week.

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Although half of his time at work is napping…

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On our way home from his doctor visit Tuesday…I called mom to check on her. Couldn’t reach her, so I called dad. He said she had driven up to the office to visit! When we got to work she said, “I figured if Bob could get out and drive, so could I.”
I asked her how it felt to drive, she said,”It was a little scary. I haven’t driven in five months and I was a little nervous, but I made it!”

Both patients doing well. Driving. Working. Napping a lot. Living!

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4 responses to “Living

  1. As a former kidney transplant patient, I can concur that it will be a slow, daily process gaining your strength and energy back, Bob. JUST TAKE IT ONE DAY AT A TIME!!!! You’re performing well, Buddy! KEEP BELIEVING IN YOURSELF AND GOD!!!! Coach.

  2. BARB, STAY WITH GOD’S PLAN AND STAY FOCUSED ON HIM!!!! With Love, Coach.

  3. YAY for living!!

  4. Luk 20:38 For he is not a God of the dead, but of the living: for all live unto him.

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