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Since my pneumonia trip to the University hospital just after Christmas, I ended up with all mucus on my lungs. Nothing for it only to take time out from being on the kidney transplant pool This made me very under parr. Well, after over 6 weeks of suspension from the kidney transplant list. I was getting very downhearted and losing hope. No sign of my doctor coming to say hello to me. Like he often does. A bright idea came to mind, ask the sister in charge of our dialysis unit to cut corners, I politely asked her to go up and speak with my Doctor. It saves going all around the half-acre to reach the front door. I had not got my answer however I know I am on the right track. I have a great feeling this kidney will be a 2019 successful kidney for the feisty renal warrior Liz McCue. Hope and courage keep my 2feet motivated. I pray daily that I never lose the spiritual faith that keeps me strong powerful and that extra bit confident. I am happy that I am feeling brighter and more upbeat after my long viral infections etc I have missed this page and really need to get back on track. I picture myself happy healthy and full of energy ready to let my light shine. To give other renal sufferers that glimmer of hope. Namaste
On this day in 2004, Liz McCue has been on her Sid 15 years meaning my dialysis machine. there have been good times and the odd worrisome days that has had me almost pulling my hair out I won’t bore you with the details. Water under the bridge and There’s no point paddling back upstream. Onwards and forever upwards is my motto. I have spent 25 years altogether on my machine with a 13 wonderful year break after my 3rd successful Kidney transplant. I went back on my Kidney machine on 4th of March 2004. from the age of 19, I have been a long term patient. Congratulations to me for doing my best to stay positive and reasonably happy. I give great gratitude to the people who work hard to keep me alive God bless you all my dear readers. To all taxpayers, I give sincere thanks. <3
For those that are following my transplant workup, I bet you thought Liz is after emigrating without a whisper to you all. Since Christmas day I have not been too great with my pneumonia which I ended up in hospital. Since then I have had a residue of old gunk on my lungs. I have been removed from the Transplant list for a short while, till I get myself right. No point in me getting that much-needed phone call to be sent home to recuperate. To me, that would be my worst nightmare. I am in great spirit I know 2019 is my year. I have my goals mapped out on my Vision board. I trust and truly believe I am deserving of great things for my highest good. God looks after those that help themselves, to manifest what is in our own best interest. If we think we can or we can then believe me You are right. Always think the best of every situation. We might be broken hearted for not getting what we thought we wanted or needed The law of attraction has mighty better plans ahead for us Superhuman beings. We must love ourselves inside and out and value our lives. Because today is our present from our loving father God in heaven. Ask and we will receive. Prayers are our talks with our divine heavenly father. Thank you, dear readers, out there in Social Network technology. Namaste dear hearts
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.
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