One of my transplant friends had this article posted to her social media page.
I actually really like it & think it makes so much sense. It also explains the damage that ableism does in really succinct & practical ways.
It’s by no means a complete list, but certainly is a relatable one.
I’ve been having a lot more fatigue & concentration issues lately. But according to this article I need to step up my game.
I’m not one for football.
I never have been (though I have tried to be at times), but I couldn’t resist sharing this unique story.
Especially because it involves babies, who are the tiniest yet fiercest warriors I know at times. Their resilience always humbles me.
This article really struck a cord as I read it. It reminds me of the reasons why I filled out a consent form to donate my old lungs to LAM research & also at least get tested to see if any of my other organs or tissues could be donated to someone who needed them.
The last time I heard about this issue, I bugged my state representatives about this important piece of legislation that affects organ donation here in PA.
I see I will be doing more of the same soon as help is needed again.
In trying to make sure HB 30 passes, so much good information has been circulating as to how critical this bill really is. (Moreso than I initially heard about).
When this posts it will mark the anniversary of a scary moment where I thought my transplant listing would be completely derailed.
On the 8th, a year ago, I was in a very serious car accident that could have ended my life. I remember that time because I fought so hard to recover & it was excruciatingly difficult. I was hit head on by a reckless driver as I was going to exercise.
My pulmonary rehab at my local hospital is twice a week. Those sessions are around an hour or hour & half. I recently asked permission to get some extra time in somewhere. I heard them talk about the fitness center at my local hospital.