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The Myths and Magic of Kidney Donation

Originally posted on Leaving it better than I found it.:
I have been SO impressed with the number of people that reach out to me every week about kidney donation. People are so curious and are really looking to do…

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I protested too much

Another disadvantage of getting a little seasoned every day, as in being a grizzled veteran of life, is that you are honest with yourself. Okay, that honesty is a good idea, isn’t it? If you expect a certain result, then … Continue reading

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Refilling the G Quotient

I have blogged about this before, because it really seems practical and useful. Giving thanks, being grateful, and the G Quotient aka Gratitude Quotient in you life may correspond with how happy you feel.Feeling grateful is a fantastic way to … Continue reading

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Not just survival, someone gave me life

When someone said yes, allowing their loved one’s organs to be donated, it did not mean I was going to survive, no it meant I was going to live again. Today I celebrate my re-birth (transplant day) but I am … Continue reading

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No change and change are both worth celebrating

No change and change; both can be good, my assignment today for Blogging 101 was to examine my tagline and title.  My heart isn’t in it today. My confession is that I did change my title, the first time I … Continue reading

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Being a Hero should not be embarrassing and neither is it hard

So you happened to be in the right place at the right time. A man is down on the ground, his face is so swollen he’s unrecognizable, there’s blood and your heart is beating a mile a minute. You immediately … Continue reading

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24 Years is a long, long time.

TODAY I was happy to celebrate my 24th birthday; okay you caught me. My birthday is in October, this was really an anniversary. It is the anniversary of my kidney transplant back in 1987.  I had a transplant in 1986 … Continue reading

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