Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Good Wife

A few days before transplant, when Michael was at home. I read Psalm 119. It’s long and covers a myriad of my issues; having my eyes opened, that my life is down in the dust and I need life given … Continue reading

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For Michael part three

Told him to seriously consider a divorce. I had family and friends, I could figure something out. He never did. In fact he dug in his heels and cared more, loved me stronger and became a patient man before my … Continue reading

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For Michael part two

I found out Michael had never owned or read a Bible. Wow! He got one there and at lunch would read out of it, sometimes. He and I started hosting a weekly community group in our home every Monday night. … Continue reading

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For Michael part one

For Michael Something that I find both embarrassing and appalling about myself is that I am just now thinking about being a good wife. I am in a love with Michael I have never known before. Let me back up…. … Continue reading

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The PT/OT Nightmare Day

I am a week today, post transplant and I’m feeling good. I am told that I’ve been cleared to leave my two door, negative pressure, isolation room and go workout in the PT/OT gym. Even though I am still neutropenic … Continue reading

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Transplant Day

I have felt overwhelmingly under- prepared to be here. Most of the first days were like hiking a trail in the High Sierras and asking what I should have in my backpack hours into the hike, in middle of nowhere. … Continue reading

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Thoughts From 10,000 feet

I find myself greedy for the prayers of others I want to be lifted towards God I want my name whispered before His throne My life to be His I fly away from home for my healing Determined to be … Continue reading

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