Friday, September 24, 2010

Inherited Common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) fourth infution

Tomorrow is infusion day. This time the kids will be home. The nurse assures me that it is a good thing for the kids to be here and get accustomed to the idea of what mom is doing. It needs to be demystified.

So Prayers for them I request please. For me also that I do well and easy so it will be a 'no big deal' kind of thing for them. The nurse stays the full six hours.

The last labs got to me today and it show marked improvement in my immune responses. Joy! I have not had illness for three months now! Strength is mine for a good three out of four weeks now and that is such a blessing. Gotta get used to this journey as well. We hope to be able to lighten up on the anti nausea medication so I am not so knocked out.

The plants are coming up well, by Monday I will have to get the master bedroom arbor in. Just could not get to it before the full moon. Sunday I have some humble pie to eat for sure enough the flash camera did get me last month and I am guilty of error. So all day in a traffic class. Goodness it is so embarrassing.  Oh I do hope I can make it through it alright. Oh I just despise those cameras!

The dog had to have a good bath tonight. My darling Golden is growing incontinent, her days are coming due to pass. It was the last thing I should of needed to tend too tonight. Steve helped out. Resting is what is really to be done. And drinking till I float away.

God is good everyday.

2 comments:

Denise said...

Will be in much prayer for you, and the children. Asking God to let your health improve daily. I love you.

Anonymous said...

I've infused at home for the past 27 years. Both of my kids, now 19 and 21, have grown up with it around you. Both are doing very well. My daughter attends an ivy league college and my son was president of his college student body and is now a paramedic.
As much as we might want to, we can't shelter them forever.

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