Some of the best exchanges I’ve had lately have come from impromptu comments during tweetchats or interesting Facebook shares. This also in combination of following other bloggers while I’ve been in this rehab facility recouping. Admittedly, I’ve been spending way more time online than I have been normally, but only by temporary default. This is due to various factors. Mostly health & logistics related. Also as I continue to bounce back, a degree of restlessness. This is ok though. Once my visitors slowed down because I was through the worst of the post-accident complications & pain; I’ve just been diving in as I can exploring, observing, listening to the chatter (outside this place) going on in the world. I don’t think it is a bad way to pass the time.
I recently found a great Kickstarter project called Dr. Poket for medication management & I did this blog post about it. But one of my support group friends/Gift of Life stay buddies posted about this IndieGoGo project the same day (on Facebook) I found this company. The company’s product account also connected with me on Twitter that same morning. I was very excited about this device too because one thing that will never go away for me – either now, or after my lung transplant – is the need to measure my lung function on a regular basis…
I’m learning so much in this rehab ward. Yes, it’s a nursing home technically but is teaching me so much about life. Continue reading
I’ve been telling some friends about a dream I’ve had recently. I admit I don’t normally share things like this for a couple reasons. The prime reason being I don’t dream a lot to begin with. (Doesn’t mean I don’t have hopes & dreams). When I do dream, I don’t typically remember them afterwards whole or in part. I also know that some people have strange reactions to more spiritual subjects like this. Continue reading
So this evening they turned me down to 3.5 liters of oxygen. Much improved from Sunday when I was near double that amount. I also walked 3 times today. I have more silver linings now amongst the clouds & that’s a relief. Continue reading