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Thursday, October 14, 2010

A Middle Ground

Okay, so about a month ago I had no appetite and really wasn't eating much. I also could barely keep food in me. Everything would lead to vomiting, STRESSFUL! I was admitted to the hospital to pack on some pounds and try and control the nausea. Well it worked. I have successfully gained a few "extra" pounds and I'm loving it. My problem now, I'm hungry allllll the time!!! hahaha. There is no middle ground to this madness. My family can't keep enough food in the house! It is crazy.

On other news. Tomorrows Friday!! Yeah, love the weekends. I also got my car fixed after a week and a half of being broken. That was wonderful. I don't go that many places but I didn't realize how much I missed my car until I had to wait for someone to come get me to go out with my friends. I felt like I was 15 again, haha. Awful. Well I'm off to catch some sleep. Breathe Easy.


  1. Being hungry may not seem like a good thing but it is. It's so important to be at a healthy weight before your transplant because most people tend to lose weight after transplant. Glad the nausea has resolved too...I have chronic nausea issues and hate it. How far are you up on the transplant list? I know it can be stressful and exciting while waiting for new lungs. All I can say is that getting those new lungs is the most wonderful gift and most wonderful feeling.

    Oh...and glad your car is fixed. I'm sure that makes you a happy person!!!

  2. I agreed fully about the weight. I only weigh a measley 100lbs. I definetly need to bulk up! I'm not sure where I am on the list. They said they don't tell people because it changes so frequently. I wish they would tell me. I find it more stressful than exciting waiting. It has given me anxiety problems, haha. I am always afriad of missing that phone call. My cell phone is basically glued to my hand! I cannot wait for my new lungs!