17
Jul
10

My humor is on the decline…


No change. Can you believe that? The docs say it can be quiet for a couple of weeks and then they find themselves very busy quickly. For the past couple of weeks it has been quiet on the transplant front overall. But, "at any time" they can find a liver and then I am off to the races. Well, at least they don’t have a GPS activated ankle bracelet on me — but my radius of travel is extremely limited. I cannot imagine us going out another week but only the big guy knows. And, everything happens for a reason. Still, my humor to seriousness ratio has dropped by 62%. So my friends, that is all that is new from the home front…


4 Responses to “My humor is on the decline…”


  1. July 17, 2010 at 2:58 pm

    Dan…..it has to be just the right liver, non other will do! If you go out of town, the call will come. Law of averages!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Love and prayers,
    Bonnie

  2. 2 Janell
    July 18, 2010 at 7:29 am

    Dan,

    The same thing happened in St Louis. They were in a “slump” but when I got my call, I started the first of 7 transplants within a few days. I tend to spread chaos wherever I go….

    Hang in there, I know it seems like it will NEVER happen but when you least expect it…. Funny, I’m almost 10 weeks out now and it is already becoming a vague memory. Of course, I don’t have a heck of a lot of memory left anyway! What is your name again??

    Prayers for you and your family. Nancy, it will get better, I promise.

    Janell

  3. 3 Ned and Sal
    July 19, 2010 at 11:10 am

    Hi Dan, I would have run out of patience too!!! Waiting for surgery is the hardest because it consumes your thoughts and especially when you cannot go somewhere and have fun and get your mind off of it–an old cliche but——-this too shall pass just not soon enough–it would be better for them to give you a far out guess at a date instead of getting up to the finish line and being put in a hold pattern but that is life–Hurry up and wait!!!! We are thinking of you and praying you will get a call soon and get the ball rolling–Keep that chin up –We love ya, Ned and Sal

  4. 4 Diane
    July 19, 2010 at 11:46 am

    Praying, praying for you Dan.


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