One of the big things I have had to deal with since my bilateral lung transplant a little over a year ago is dealing with my new transplant body. There are so many new and different things going on … [Read more...] about Well, I Used to Like Onion Soup…
Since the day I had my transplant I've had many conversations with other patients who were past their one year date and what it felt like to be at that point. What it was like to be celebrating … [Read more...] about March 6, 2015 – March 6, 2016
The last four weeks my social life has been very active. I mean, it just simply exploded. We've lived in Houston for over a year, and my husband, Leland, and I haven't had as much go on in our lives … [Read more...] about Living Life, Instead of Documenting It
There is a famous saying, "You are what you eat." If that's true, then my first semester of college, I was a Chick-Fil-a sandwich, large Waffle Fries (don't forget the honey mustard), and about four … [Read more...] about Chick-Fil-A and Vanilla Coke.
So, the most common question I've been getting these days is, "How does it feel to breathe with different lungs?" It's a common misconception that a transplant patient will feel like super person … [Read more...] about And off with her… Lungs?