Cree asked me to post for her to let you all know that she made it safe and sound over here to Seattle for her 3 days of assessments for approval for liver transplant at the University of Washington Medical Center's Liver Transplant Center. She wants you to know she's doing fine. Cree also wants to thank the special angel on this forum for the kind gift she received! Thank you to angel from Cree!
Sending you lots of good wishes, Cree, and I hope that you are taken good care of, made comfortable, treated with respect and consideration, and are placed on a very short list for a transplant so you can start to recover from this horrible disease. I'm sending lots of love your way.
Please add my prayers and wishes to the list of people praying for Cree.
I am so pleased to hear she's getting the help she needs finally where and when she needs it the most. We all fight the same battle and I feel we are the pioneers of a brighter future for others as well. She will def be in my thoughts as she continues her journey through her fight.
Sisters and brothers in the fight, You will never be alone Cree. I hope you feel the love. All the best.
What a relief, to know that Cree is where she needs to be right now, so Thank you Advocate, for letting us know this very important and wonderful news :)
And to Cree: I am very proud of you for taking care of business, for you, and for Ruby <3
My Mom flew in to be my support and will be one of my caregivers ,Griz will be one also as soon as the pysche approves him.It has finally hit home with him and he is already advertising for someone to care for his tribe of 8 dachshunds,Lots of prep work but it all seems to be so much more doable now.I started asking for a 1-10 score from each of the arears I went for testing,got all 9"s but was told why and how it could be changed to a 10.Learning to compute the amount of sodium in a pot of homemade chicken soup was one i need to learn.First you have to know the amount of servings and I did not.I just make the soup.I am also missing a protein serving daily that I found can be made up with 1/4 c cottage cheese....I can eat that in 2 swallows.I like cottage cheese.My daughter also needs a care plan because she will not be allowed to live with me post -transplant until after the first 3 critical months have passed.
Have some really funny stuff to tell you all about tommorrow when I am not so tired.
Asthma acted up for the first time in years over there and of course I am so swollen .A voluptuous 199#'s,I could be Mrs Santa and I would be devastated if I didn't know it was temporary.
Have had my faith restored in humans again and have ben blessed by some greatly recently.
TUNE in tommorrow for episode one of "The Lost in Seattle".Ha!
love yas and the best things of all are prayers ans your positive energy.I am honored to know you.Kisses and Hugs on the Wind!Snowbank
I am so happy to read your post. You are amazing, you really are, Snowbankwoman.
So glad to see you upbeat...a little support goes a long way doesn't it. I think the love is what keeps us going.
Looking forward to hearing more good news.
Does anybody use bleach?I keep forgetting to find out if it's safe.I have a 10/1 h2o-bleach solution I use around the house and still put it in the was occasionally.
Where do you get organic cotton pj's and underwear?Been searching for months and I am not rich! Any help? Snow.Oh yeah! I will explain the garbage business later.Am trying to get alittle work done on the pc today.
Ya know...bleach is really bad for our health, to breathe, and you mentioned you had an asthma flare-up, recently, so I would avoid it for now, until you have your wonderful new liver, Snow~
You can use vinegar....ughhhh, I know..the stench!
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