Clearing Things Up A Little

When it comes to dialysis today, from April 24 – May 6, 2019, I have to admit that now dialysis is a part of my life until I can get on the kidney transplant list. I call that dialysis, and when I have an appointment on Tuesdays while at dialysis, on Tuesdays, I see Dr. A., I call that Appointment Day. Today was an appointment day.

2 Replies to “Clearing Things Up A Little”

  1. I really admire your positive attitude about your medical situation. It’s inspiring. I’m sure it also helps your body to keep in a good frame of mind!

    1. Thank you so much. In the past few months since I began dialysis. I’ve seen a few patients come in wondering why they are there so much, when their situation brought them to the need of dialysis. It is not my job to make others happy like me. My job is to be happy and share my happiness with others as God allows. I know patients by name now, and there is this one patient who is not happy being . there. Even though his attitude and annoying actions irritate me, and I wish that they would not put this patient next to me, I feel for him. Why this patient comes to dialysis is not known, and whatever his reason for being there is between God and him, and the techs, nurses, and doctor who takes care of him. Some people do not have the greatest support system. My attitude is genuine and different from others. When I am in the house, I am there for a reason. After having my first transplant last as long as it did, thanks to my 75 year Mom, I would not be here today. She’s the very person who has given me life twice. My life, as a kidney patient with kidney disease a second time, I find myself a work of God’s creation.

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