The blood transfusion should help me get to feeling better. I've wondered before what it would be like to get somebody else's blood. Maybe all of the sudden I'll like liver or have an uncanny need to watch Oprah re-runs. I mean if you think about it - wouldn't you rather get the blood of an athelete than a couch-potato who only gets off the couch to open another bag of Cheetos? (or to go give blood I guess). Probably doesn't matter, just strikes me as funny to think about.
We are sending the link to this site to a number of people who may not have seen it before, so we wanted to take a second to reiterate our outlook:
- We haven't lost our faith in God; as a matter of fact it's probably been strengthened
- We still believe a miracle is possible - specifically a miracle of healing
- We recognize that God's will and plan for our lives is bigger than what we can understand as humans. What we envision as the needed miracle may not be the same miracle He has in mind.
- We are choosing to live life to the fullest every moment possible because frankly NONE of us are promised a tomorrow.
Until next time....LIVESTRONG!!