Things are continuing to go well. My energy has stayed and I have been feeling good. I have started to adjust to all the meds and do not feel nauseous very often anymore! It is looking like things are wrapping up here. I Graduated from rehab on Friday and might be heading home early this week. We will find out more tomorrow as I have my usual Monday appointments. It's crazy because as we face the possibility of going home I am both excited and sad. I am excited to see my family and friends at home, to be in my own home again and, of course, to see my puppies!!! At the same time though it will be sad leaving the new friends we met out here. I will also, as crazy as it sounds, miss rehab. Rehab was such a unique experience I will miss getting to interact with people in the same place as me each day. It will be a bit of an adjustment to go back to a world where being a transplant recipient is a unique thing.
As we begin to prepare to transition back to "regular" life I am forced to face the future questions. I am not sure what I am going to do when I get home and what this next semester will look like, I know I want to return to school but I don't know when that will be. I am mostly taking it one day at a time and just seeing what life brings. If I have learned one thing from this whole experience it is definitely how to take things as they come, at least how to do it slightly better than before. Gods got a plan and he knows where and when he will take me there.
Don't get off this ride just yet! It has only just begun!
Exciting news! I'm glad you'll be home for Christmas. I'll see you in Colorado.ReplyDelete