So today is the 2nd of 3 plasmapheresis treatments at St. Mary's. The only bummer is that I may or may not get the same ladies from the Michigan Blood Program. And I adored the ones I had. When I saw the first woman, Judy, I lifted my eyes heavenward in silent thanks. She had gray hair. I thought...she has EXPERIENCE!!! I told her that and she chuckled...but it was true!
I'm expecting even better things today, because the nurses at short stay have seen me once already, and know more about how things go with ME personally. Very cool. I have to say, I am SUPER impressed with St. Mary's as far as how GENUINELY kind and concerned the people are. Even the girl who called yesterday to do pre-registration was SO nice! Most of the time, or a lot of the time anyway, people who have that job are pretty uninterested, even borderline rude! So I'm just thrilled that things are going so well. I expect the same thing today!
Karen came over yesterday with Emma (Kerry had a field trip with her middle son) and we had such a wonderful visit. I thank God for those women. They are not only portraying the heart of Jesus, they are becoming such dear FRIENDS!! Love you girls.
So. Please keep my treatment in your prayers today. Also, my sister Lori is still healing from her gallbladder surgery, and they are having a garage sale to raise money to pay bills. If any of you would like to pray for them, and finally, Karen's darling little girl is having surgery on Friday to get her tonsils out and tubes in her ears. So please keep Julianna in your prayers.
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