However, the true battle was between our drinks of choice:
|His may be taller, but mine's tastier!|
We told lies for awhile, had some laughs, were reminded of the miracle of transplant and then I headed out for another round of monster IVs.
I had the same nurses again which made me happy. It's nice to have some smiling faces during a not-so-fantastical procedure. No, it's not painful, but who seriously wants to deal with rejection?
It's just a narsty word.
However, I've had more than one transplant friend reach out to me and let me know that they've been there, done that and came out on top. So, I guess we're all superstars at the end of the day.
It's just another reminder that transplant is not all sunshine and rainbows (not that I've ever had that particular thought) but that it is a treatment with it's own set of obstacles.
But hey - there's no enemy I'm not ready to spar with.
I'm all about living and breathing into the future.
Here I am on day 1 of the monster IVs:
|Realizing what's important|
|Proof of the terror|
I've kept mum on a HUGE freakingly super cool thing Linds, Pamela, Shilpa and I are doing tomorrow night. I've let Linds in on the secret, so now I'll share it with you too.
I'll give you a few hints:
Born This Way
If you're still stuck.....
Air Canada Centre + Lady Gaga =
OMG!!!! Lady Gaga concert!!! I can't freaking wait! It's going to be nuts!
She will likely call me up on stage to do a duet, so I will record it for you all and post it.
However, I may not be able to control myself; I may accidentally kick her off the edge of the stage so I can ride that out solo.