Category Archives: Hospital

My Grandma Reads My Blog…

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Seriously! How cool is that?? She also emails. And she emailed to say that she checked the blog but there wasn’t an update. This blogs for you Grandma Mifflin! I suppose I should start with December 2015. I failed to post that we had an amazing opportunity. Let’s backtrack a bit more… If you’ve read How We Ended Up HereĀ –… Read more »

Virus update

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We did indeed get to go to Thanksgiving. We had a wonderful time with lots of family we haven’t seen in a long while. We also became Adelyn’s Godparents when she celebrated the sacrament of Baptism. It was a beautiful evening! Now onto the virus. Recent labs show it is getting significantly better! Yay!! The down side to this is… Read more »

Now’s not a good time…

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Then: “I know it’s Christmas Eve, but we need you to fly home. Now.” “Your creatinine is still increasing. We are scheduling your catheter placement tomorrow.” “Your creatinine is STILL increasing. You don’t have time to heal for 6 weeks before starting dialysis. Your starting two days after surgery. The only center that can train you is in Aurora. Be… Read more »

Drum Roll Please!!

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We had another clinic visit with fantastic news! Guess who gets to go to the season opener?? You got it!! We’ll be UNITED IN ORANGE on Sunday morning! It is a crowded space – but it is open air with lots of places we can go if we feel his health is being compromised. The last game we went to… Read more »

Leaving the hospitall

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It was a good morning. Jamey finally has feeling in both hands and fingers!! His creatinine is down a bit more to 1.2. Our transplant team all stopped by today. We were updated and quizzed – and quizzed some more. Our first clinic visit is on Friday. Heading HOME!! Jamey listening to instruction about meds, labs, and clinic visits from… Read more »