The Valley in the Mountian

Does someone’s words define who you are or what you can overcome?  There are many people that allow others words to define who they are and what they become and this can be most devastating to someone’s dreams, ambitions, and most importantly their life.  The Beginning of the Valley in the Mountain  Being on dialysisContinue reading “The Valley in the Mountian”

“ I Don’t Know About This?”( A Patient’s Initial Dialysis Treatment) Pt.34…..Just My Perspective

As the ongoing beeping of the dialysis machine goes off. In which I must say is the relief to every dialysis patient. It’s the sound of freedom. The chains of the bloodlines are cut free. The three to four hours from sitting in the most uncomfortable, cold , hard chair known to man for soContinue reading ““ I Don’t Know About This?”( A Patient’s Initial Dialysis Treatment) Pt.34…..Just My Perspective”

Reason why I thought about saying NO to Transplant.

No to a transplant Anthony, are you crazy? Who in their right mind says no to receiving a life-saving transplant? Whoa, ok, back just a little. This was just some reason that I thought about saying No to Transplant. Let’s just read on and I will share with you some of these reasons.  During myContinue reading “Reason why I thought about saying NO to Transplant.”

The Dream of Being the Ducks Feet.

“The Dream of being the duck’s feet.” I can hear you asking Ducks feet, what did you eat Anthony? Ok, so there is a meaning to this, and it is dialysis related. It was during one of my treatments when this dream started. After getting married things started to be a lot busier, working a swingContinue reading “The Dream of Being the Ducks Feet.”

The Challenge of “In Sickness” and the hope of “In health.”

When I think of marriage I think of the marriage vows, especially the part where it says for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do us part. These are promises that are made to each other and ones that should be taken seriously. There is one part in the vows thatContinue reading “The Challenge of “In Sickness” and the hope of “In health.””