Hello to all our disciples following Ronnie's journey. You truly are a sense of inspiration for us battling the healing process of HSCT. Reading all your supporting messages and feeling the love of your prayers are very therapeutic. Keep the ball rolling!
We are told Ronnie will be on a roller coaster ride of many ups and downs for the next 12 months. Having so many supporters will certainly make the ride a little less bumpy.
Today has been pretty uneventful. Ronnie is tired, not sure if he has reached full Neutropenia yet. More blood tests in the morning, then back to the clinic for results.
Believe you can and you're halfway there. -Theodore Roosevelt
3 comments - Day +3
Jack and Colleen - May 10, 2017 at 11:21 am
Wishing you both a sunny day! Take care
Tom and Janet Chalmers - May 10, 2017 at 1:49 pm
With Ronnie now having to re-start his immune system, do you think he will continue to have a potty mouth on Facebook? Does this mean he is going to be a very different person once it is completed? Susie, do you have an exit plan if he becomes a Monster?
Can you force him to live with the Kids? So much to think about!
Still sending positive vibes your way.
Ken & Wendy Hinton - May 10, 2017 at 6:46 pm
Such a humbling experience for you both and for all of us reading your blog.
Dr. Ruiz, is the 2011 alumnus of the year from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota. He was also awarded the Distinguished Student. This appointment is the highest recognition awarded by the Mayo Clinic.
Since the foundation of the Mayo Clinic Distinguished Alumni award, only 85 Doctors out of the worlds 10,000 alumni have received it.
We are looking forward to meeting this amazing Doctor!
Created with Mozello - the world's easiest to use website builder.