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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Wish Me Luck!

Well today is the day! I will be speaking at the CF clinic for the Phoenix Children's hospital. They are saying it should be a good turnout and along with those in attendance they will also have CF patients watching it online :) I am excited ~ and a little nervous. I will do that tomorrow afternoon then have to get to JesterZ for 2 shows tomorrow night :( It's gonna be a loooooong day. . . I guess it's a good thing I'm superwoman!!! haha

Any suggestions on what I should include in my speachy thing? What would be things you would be interested in knowing about transplant or my life before or after transplant? Any input would be awesome!!

Wish me Luck!

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Amy said...

good luck! You will do great :)

Denise Fahr said...

Make sure everyone gets your blog address!!!! I would mention all of the things you were not able to do pre but are now doing with no problem now. Is there an online location that anyone can go to to watch it? Good luck, although you don't need it! :)

Sherri said...

You will win them over I'm sure.

I would mention "things I didn't expect" such as feelings, side effects, procedures, recovery, etc.


Kamarah said...

I sincerely enjoyed your presentation today at the CF Education Day! THank you for taking the time to be courageous and speak in front of a croud! I work with a guy who work(ed?) at Jesterz (Preston). His wife and I worked more together....anyway funny connection.

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