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Friday, April 11, 2008

Policeman's Ball


Last week we were unvited to attend the Policeman's Ball. I figured I was invited to to thank them for the $1,000.00 they donated to me about 2 months ago......boy was I in for a surprise! They auctioned off a pig and donated the proceeds to me again!!! Bowers Collision bought it for $650.00 then he redonated it for re-auction, then it went again 3 more times.... they raised another $2,528.00 for us! I was in tears....it was so generous of everyone there. Mike and Rocky were so generous, and I even got to dance with both of them! The money they raise goes to help people and programs in Blackfoot/Bingham County-it is a great opportunity for the community.

I am feeling very good-I turn 29 in 2 days........and I don't think I am going to reach my goal of weighing 100lbs :( but I am close maybe around 95-96lbs. I need to eat more brownies & rasberry cheesecake icecream! Garcia's has this deep fried chicken jalapeno cream cheese dish that is to DIE for! I need to eat more of that stuff.

We will be in Pittsburgh on May 1st for a check up and a bronchoscopy....check for rejection & cepacia. If they find rejection we will have to stay there and be treated for it. I don't have signs of rejection noe though- the bronch can find it before there are any symptoms.

keep ya posted- promise!

3 comments:

Jeremy Ropp said...

Jamie,
How awesome. I cant believe how well you are doing with everything. What a trooper you are, and very strong as an individual. I wish you well in Pittsburgh, and a happy b-day!

Jeremy Ropp said...

Jamie,
How awesome. I cant believe how well you are doing with everything. What a trooper you are, and very strong as an individual. I wish you well in Pittsburgh, and a happy b-day!

Lynn and Shelly said...

Hi Jamie. I have been following along on your progress via your Blog. I am grateful tht your dad told me it was there. Congrats on the new lungs. I am happy that things are going so well for you. Everytime I talk to your dad (Which is not often enough) I ask about ow you are doing. You are in Shelly and my prayers.

Lynn Hook

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