I'm checking in after a long absence. HE was bad, better controlled now. My marriage ended, he couldn't deal with me being ill - I've been able to heal from that considerably.
So sorry to hear about
David. He was a source of knowledge, humor and good advice.
Just received the news that there are more tumors although the cancer has not spread elsewhere. Transplant coordinator says transplants have slowed down a bit lately.
Trying to be patient - had a "dry run" a couple months back (the liver wasn't viable).
Some days I can do this. Other days I don't cope. As often as possible I stay busy.
The good news is my brother stepped up to be my caregiver. He has to travel to the prairies from the coast so he's hoping the call comes in summer.
Alberta winters are why he moved there.
The other good news is I'm in a small town with great people and have a tremendous support group through my church.