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Saturday, July 19, 2008

NO REJECTION!!!

My bronch results were great! No rejection zero, zilch, nada!! We are so excited. Bryan gave me a blessing the night before the bronch. The Lord has truly blessed me. I am thankful for all I have endured and all God has blessed me with.



Bryan drug me out of bed at like 6:30 am!!!! Why?, you are asking.....to make it to the Harley Davidson factory tours of course!! IN YORK- like 3 hours away. Needless to say I was not the happiest traveling companion, I slept most of the way! Here are a few pics from the visitor center...we weren't allowed to take pictures in the actual factory. It was pretty fun & interesting! We visited Ray Lundburgh who is a guy that Bryan made friends with during my surgery...his Father was there with some Lung Complications and has really struggled since. Please keep him in your prayers. They are really great people!

I called to check on our little Bella at the sitters....I guess she is acting very sad and seems to really miss us. I can't wait to get home and make her happy again! Good night for now- it's late & I have had a very long day.

2 comments:

Candi said...

Hey, I need to get your address so I can send you the check for the clock. Rayce thinks I am crazy, and that I need a reality check because I am in love with a vimpire from a book!

Brianna said...

I'm so glad you are well, nothing sounds better to a transplant patient and her family then, no rejection!!! Thats awesome, your definately here for a reason, and The Lord wanted you to have those lungs. Love ya! Have fun (sounds like I didn't need to tell you that!!!)

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