I have returned from my latest trek out east. Although this trip was much better than the last one (see here and here) it did bring with it less than ideal results. I have mild rejection again. Luckily since it is mild and my last bronch was good they are treating me with iv solumedrol, in other words 500 mg of iv steroids! Oh what fun!!!! Hopefully this does the trick and rights my inner world. I have grown quite fond of these puppies but unfortunately my inner cells, mainly those somewhat pesky immune ones, don't quite agree. Oh well what can you do. I continue to live my life enjoying each day and remembering that things are totally out of my control and quite unpredictable.
Anyway, in other news I have developed a bit of boredom. I guess that is to be expected since I am not really doing much at the moment, but it also kinda sucks to feel so...blah, a lot of the time. I am lucky though, since most of my time back in CO has been spent being sick or super sleepy or nauseous, I have only recently developed this boredom and in a few, very short, weeks I will be going on a marathon of trips. When I finally settle back at home again it will be summer, my sister will be home and I can possibly get a job giving my something to do! Until then I am stuck in this weird limbo, between transplant and getting back to real life (aka school!)
Thats all for now folks!
See ya later!
Still praying for you every day Anna. You've come so far. I know your patience must be wearing thin but you are a trooper. These days will pass and you will be back at school before you know it.ReplyDelete
Yes, dear Anna, you have more pals than you know. I'm a CF adult's dad. I live in Colorado and will be heading to NC to be with my son Jason as he sets out on the trail you have blazed. I'll be helping him with his move from Maine to be near Duke for the long haul. I enjoy following your blog and of course I admire your grit and determination. Your story, with all the difficulties you have overcome and continue to work through, is an example to follow. I will keep you in my prayers. Keep up that fighting spirit!ReplyDelete