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Clearly I’m not new to this racket. My diabetic loved-ones have been dealing with it much longer than I. But what the heck! Those dadgum test strips are a racket! I think I’m in the wrong business. For those who … Continue reading
So today’s follow up appt at UCLA was for last week’s GVHD scare. Today they found an elevated liver enzyme, so I had more blood drawn and an ultrasound of my liver. It took a while, but finally they sent … Continue reading
I used to blog more. But then Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ came along. Now I write all my unnecessary opinions over there. I still have plenty to say, I just loose the clarity of an idea, by summarizing it for … Continue reading
“Remember your leaders, those who spoke to you the word of God. Consider the outcome of their way of life, and imitate their faith.” Hebrews 13:7 (ESV) As I reflect on the loss we experience in life, I’m interested in the … Continue reading
As I type, my bone marrow donation is slowly infusing, as if it were a regular old blood transfusion. In one sense, it’s a bit anticlimactic. But it truly is a wonderful gift and a miracle! The gift is from … Continue reading
Recently I had the blessing to speak about my journey with leukemia, at my church. If you’re interested, here’s the video. JESUS, The Healer from Element Christian Church on Vimeo.
Friends, tonight I failed. There are times in life when someone around you makes a mistake, and you have a great opportunity to show them understanding, forgiveness, and grace. Tonight, I did not do that. My lovely wife prides herself … Continue reading
Goran, my clinic NP. He’s taken pretty good care of me so far!
A Guinness Extra Stout belongs in the backwoods.