I found out about this movie much too late to back their crowdfunding campaign, but even then I was intrigued.
I found The Wave Set on social media & reached out to them wondering when the film would be released.
Life with transplant is challenging no matter how much someone tries to prepare themselves for it.
I’m a little over 4 months post transplant now, & while I am definitely doing well (knock wood) not every day is as easy at it may appear.
For the past few years it was pretty hard for me to see movies.
For one, I was worried about my oxygen tank running out (I had one leak in the theatre once) & it was hard to fit it in the seats even in the disabled seating area.
(Even when I had my portable concentrator I was self conscious about if it was making too much noise even when it was stowed under my seat.)
But now, post transplant I find I can go to a matinee & enjoy myself without having to worry too much about crowds & germs (I do carry my mask in case).
My attention is also better.
It’s a relief because I really do enjoy movies, documentaries especially.
I know I haven’t been updating much, but I’ve been making the rounds with my local doctors after I got back home from Philadelphia & also doing a few more tests.
I promised I would keep politics out of my blog.
I’ll hold to that outside of commenting on recent events about a “witty” sound byte made by a public official about healthcare.
To me, it’s been a nonpartisan issue for years. I can’t keep my mouth shut any longer.
This is my morning cocktail of current meds. Continue reading