The Other Type of Possiblity

The Other Type of Possiblity

As has been discussed a few times – I was warned that things could go very badly for my lungs. But I was promised something else that may not have come to fruition. When I was with the Rheumatologist at Mayo Clinic he asked me numerous questions about whether or not I...
More Confusing Results

More Confusing Results

I’ve been waiting a week and a half for my dermatology results. I figured since Friday came and went, I wouldn’t hear until Monday. My doctor surprised me today (Saturday) with a phone call. It turned out the eye rash came back negative and he said it was just...
Am I already in the After…again?

Am I already in the After…again?

[The title of this post refers to a previous post of mine that can be found here:  https://relativelyunscathed.wordpress.com/2015/01/24/already-in-the-after/ ] Somewhere around the end of January to the beginning of February, I barely took notice of a rounded, not...
A Month of Remembrances

A Month of Remembrances

I have to admit, I never understood why people had extra emotions surrounding the date of something bad that happened. I was so incapable of empathy that I think I mostly felt people were making a bigger deal outwardly than it really was inwardly. I figured they just...
It’s the chronic part that really sucks.

It’s the chronic part that really sucks.

Last week was pretty miserable. A storm starting brewing, which brought in high pressure and humidity. I have to admitI’d gotten pretty used to how I was feeling and breathing. Then all of a sudden it was as if I was back to square one. Just imagine the tightest...
The Good Times and The Bad

The Good Times and The Bad

So much has happened in the last month: a debacle by my oxygen company, three flights, a wedding, and mini family reunion, three more flights, one flight delay due to missed connection, blood work, chest CT, my first fever, long-lost friend and wife visit, pulmonary...

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