Greetings my fellow healing well friends,
I may not post daily, but this site is bookmarked and I keep up with posts daily. Lots of new friends as well as the old faithfuls. And as wicked as it sounds I find comfort in both. I feel bad for all those who are challenged by elsd, but also glad that you've found the support of this wonderful website. I rejoice in hearing the stories of successful transplants, and relate to those who are just hanging on by a thread. Either way, each and every one of you have helped me along my journey.
And here we go again. The tell-tale signs of esld have returned. Mr. Wonderful returned to alcohol 4 months ago, and he is headed right back down the path he was on. Funny thing was, when we had our 3 month check up earlier this week, his GP said you look great, bp is good, just keep doing what your doing...I says, he has returned to alcohol, and I am seeing some subtle changes(Lethargic and forgetful). Can we get a blood test please>? Long story short, GP calls today, says we need to see you tomorrow to discuss your test results, and I am scheduling you to see a hematologist on Monday, and you should schedule an appt. to see your Gastro asap.
so while mr. wonderful sleeps with a cat on his lap in front of a cozy fire, I'm seeking the comfort of release at this website. he needs a wake up call, and whether he likes it or not, he's about to get one.
and with thanksgiving around the corner, I just want to say how thankful I am for all of you. And I pray that mr. wonderful is listening to the call he's about to get.
love and light to all! rainbeau