I've seen this picture before. It gives a numerical value to each letter (i.e. A=1, B=2 etc) and shows that if you apply that formula to the word 'knowledge; you receive 96%. Apply it to 'hard work' and you'll get 98%. Finally, is shows you that 'attitude' gives you 100%. I think initially this was … Continue reading Attitude
There is a saying that seems to explain what I'm going through pretty well. I'm waiting for the other shoe to drop. This phrase means that one is waiting for an inevitable event to occur that is usually undesirable. I usually don't use this to describe my transplant, because that is quite desirable, but to … Continue reading The other shoe.
One of those random conversations... MAEB: Momma, can only be brave when I am with you. ME: Well when I can't be there you just have to think of me to be brave. Close your eyes and think of me. What color is my hair? MAEB: Brown. ME: What color are my eyes? MAEB: Brown … Continue reading Brave
When I was initially diagnosed in 2008, I was told that I was at risk for sudden cardiac death. I wouldn't have a heart attack; my heart would just stop and I would die. I also learned that this wasn't something that was going to go away or be 'fixed' but a lifetime battle I'd … Continue reading Head-tilters