Life is short, even at its longest.

I am sure that we have all seen the memes that say life is short eat more tacos or do this and that. While these are fun there is truth to every one of these memes “Life is short.” Someone said “Life is short even at its longest.” How true life is just that short.Continue reading “Life is short, even at its longest.”

Book Review: 5 Ways I tackled and thrived through kidney failure.

I love to read books on success, motivation, self help, financial ect. But also love to read books on other people’s journey through kidney failure. I can remember when I was on dialysis I longed to read or hear other peoples journey on dialysis and how they overcame the challenges of life. But not justContinue reading “Book Review: 5 Ways I tackled and thrived through kidney failure.”

A Simple Thanks is sometimes not enough….

And now this part of my story closes but I want to share one some last thoughts about this part of my journey. The journey would have been much more difficult without those that stood by me and helped me on this journey. First and foremost, God was my rock and strength through this timeContinue reading “A Simple Thanks is sometimes not enough….”

Have the sweetest victory.

Over the past couple blogs, I have shared some very personal parts of my journey. While they are personal, I believe that if you take the lessons that are in the story, it can be a great benefit to you. There were so many challenges on my journey, and it seemed that this last challengeContinue reading “Have the sweetest victory.”

Round 1: A new fight

It feels like it was yesterday… It was one day in late July 2010, and I was working and next thing I know I am being rushed to the emergency room. Once at the Emergency room, the doctors said that my kidney transplant that I was living with was rejecting, and I’m going back intoContinue reading “Round 1: A new fight”

“ I Don’t Know About This?”( A Patient’s Initial Dialysis Treatment)….Pt.35 Can I Go Now?

Yeah, you heard it right. You’re probably wondering why AW made such an outburst when apparently her treatment is over. Well, when removing a dialysis needle from any patient’s arm access, on occasions it tends to sting a bit. What happens is that just right when a staff member is about to remove a needleContinue reading ““ I Don’t Know About This?”( A Patient’s Initial Dialysis Treatment)….Pt.35 Can I Go Now?”

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.””

My Story with High Potassium

Potassium nearly took my life with a score of 9 my body was riddled with toxins and i went into a cardiac episode just moments from death but by God’s grace i survived to tell the story.

Triumph over Tragedy

My Great Awakening …. Triumph over Tragedy   By Jonathan Traylor – Host of Hope with Jonathan /Podcast  Have you ever watched an episode of your favorite medical sitcom on TV and wondered what it would be like to experience a real-life Traumatic experience? Well, I experienced one and lived to tell the story! Take aContinue reading “Triumph over Tragedy”