Archive for February, 2007

Ringing The Bell and Plaque at the Bell

February 26, 2007

Sorry that you can not read the plaque so below is what is on the plaque.

MUSC and the Gift of Life Trust Fund are

honored to be a part of this moment in your

life.

Sailors feel that a bell is the soul of the ship.

The bell is rung onboard ships to signal

accomplishment, honor or momentous events.

You are ringing the bell for another soul:

That of the person whose decision to donate has

allowed you a new start and has given you the

gift of life.

Please cherish this memory and use it to remind

you to honor your donation by living life to the

fullest and taking care of yourself and your

transplant.

Help those who are still on the waiting list by

spreading the word about transplantation and organ

donation, volunteering and setting an example that

organ donation is… The Gift of Life.

February 21, 2007

OK I am running behind. We did return home on Monday and the doctor’s visit went great they are pleased with all of my blood work numbers, for the first time in years my liver number are at or near normal.

They took the 68 staples out and I did not even yell.

Ever thing looked good enough that I dont have to go back for 2 weeks now.

God Bless You,

Pel

She just wanted her picture taken.

February 18, 2007

Camera on bad drugs

February 18, 2007

Look I am not as bald as you thought.

February 18, 2007

Possum Kingdom Reading pictures only.

February 18, 2007

Bell Ringing Trip.

February 18, 2007

Now I have more than just a smile on, Found My Shorts.

February 18, 2007

February 18, 2007

Hello Everyone,

Just wanted to give you a quick update. We are getting ready to leave and head back to Charleston today for a doctor’s visit tomorrow. If all checks out OK we will be home tomorrow evening.

God has answered so many prayers I can’t even start to explain, but God is Great all the Time.

God has given me life, happiness, & health.

Thank You God.

God Bless You,
Pel

February 13, 2007

Greetings from Possum Kingdom,

We made it home this evening and had a good trip down to Charleston & back to Possum Kingdom.

I have been so blessed, I have not taken any pain medication in over a week, and then it was because my back and neck hurt. I am now down to just my back hurting, they say it was the amount of time I laid on the operating table.

Well it is bed time now. I hope you have a great evening.

God Bless You,
Pel