I've survived my second TV interview.
I always said I didn't want to do TV. But I quickly changed my mind after thinking that me sharing my story might influence even one person to think twice about organ donation.
Did you know that NS has the highest registration rates in Canada?
That's freaking fantastical!
I'm so proud. Us Nova Scotians are pretty green. Recyclers, we are.
Can't take them with you. Share; let someone else live.
Give the gift of life.
I'm happy to say that I too can donate and I am a registered donor. Obviously I can't donate certain organs, but I give good tissue baby!
And I've got sexy corneas.
Yesterday I talked to CTV Morning Live about my story. Today I talked to Global News. They also watched me pant in a box. I tried to pretend I was superwoman when I emerged, but I didn't have my cape on, so I don't think they believed me.
I haven't felt that great lately. I'm battling a stupid cold. It was bound to happen. Being immuno suppressed will do that to a person. I'm sure germs are drawn to me like I am to hazelnut.
I think I've even been a bit cranky. Yuck. Makes me want to crawl in a hole until it passes.
So it didn't come as a huge surprise when my lung function took a hit today.
I'm down from 103% to 86%.
I've lost function...but still feel like a super squeegee.
Antibiotics will kick this infection in the face.
I just know it.