My New Kidney Transplant countdown

What a beautiful morning it was, I was up early, after cleaning up, I then got ready for my dear pal Anna to pick me up, She promptly arrived on time, After asking me kindly to belt up Liz We headed off for our trip to the the Coach house Cafe. In Kilmacthomas There is an old Union home still standing in all its glory. In the time of the Famine, this was the poor house for the destitute. If those walls could only reveal them secrets Every town and City had these Unions. There are 2 young Entrepreneurs running The Coach house and Pigeon loft cafe/restaurant. A busy place at the best of times. with the Kilmacthomas Greenway. This is for walkers cyclists horseriders hikers From Waterford City to Dungarvan Town, The old train track was all made into a magical walkers paradise. What a long rigmarole about having our Tea break in the lovely Kilmacthomas Coach house cafe. Thanks to my pal Anna.

My New Kidney Transplant countdown

Dear friends, I missed you all, I have been very unwell, since Christmas. With a severe chest infection, I ended up in the Ardkeen ward at the University hospital in Waterford. I was treated superbly well, by all the dedicated nursing team. Even on Wednesday, the one-day nurse’s stoppage strike. God bless them all. For their dedication and loyalty to all the patients. I have been in hospital 10 days. I was released yesterday. I arrived home feeling better. My lungs are less congested Hip hip hooray for the feisty renal warrior. Another day nearer to my next Kidney Transplant. For this, I give sincere gratitude to God, for all my riches in abundance, Hugs love light and angel blessings. x

My New Kidney Transplant countdown

Hello, dear readers. How’s everything this evening. Any of you Lunar enthusiasts manage to see the Super blood Wolf Moon eclipse here in Ireland at 05.00am this morning 21st of January 2019 Lol 😉 Nope I was is cloud going to cast a light show on January 21, 2019. This will be the last Total Lunar Eclipse until May 2021. This year we had a total Lunar Eclipse I leave my love and positive vibes with you beautiful people 🙂 Love Liz McCue The Author of Thursday’s child true story of a feisty renal warrior in Waterford Ireland

My New Kidney Transplant countdown

Today is the 18th January 2019. I have been resting due to a heavy chest infection. A second visit to my Doctor, for antibiotics and steroids. Halleluia, I’m almost feeling normal, I’m hoping this year will bring great and wonderful gifts of health and happiness for everyone. On March the 4th this year, I will be exactly 15 years on my Kidney machine… That’s 156 dialyses every year. Hard to believe how strong my heart and soul is.2,340 times it will be :0 Never did I fail to turn up. No matter how dreadful I felt. Only once we had the beast from the East A dreadful Snowstorm. That was when the awesome Civil Defence guys came on a rescue mission. Goodness was I relieved My legs refused to walk with a build-up of toxins and fluids. I was carried to the 4 wheel drive with great care. and the men wrapped me in a blanket To keep me warm. I never felt so grateful for these 2 angels in disguise They saved my life. I prayed with gratitude of their heroic act. At times we forget our daily lives are true miracles from above. Until my next post, Please let us always remember that thoughtful word, Thank you…

My New Kidney Transplant countdown

Today is the 8th of January 2019. I am delighted about a few things that I have noticed to this present January day. I actually remembered my nephew Dennys 22nd birthday. The first time in a few years, I got his card there the day before. I felt pleased with myself. We are all very proud of this hard-working nephew. He is doing an apprenticeship locally where he lives. I believe he loves his job and is very conscientious. When he finishes he will be a proper Carpet fitter. I know my mums dad would be extremely proud for our Denny.

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