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Joanie6726

Pottstown, Pennsylvania
Who am I? I'm a mom, a sister, a lover, a friend, a caregiver, a new empty nester because my youngest left for college in August, and maybe even a future wife. I have 3 grown kids. I'm in a relationship with a fellow who can absolutely curl my toes! I am helping my significant other in a battle of... Full Bio
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My empty nest... or so I thought

I haven't written any blog posts since October of last year.  Nor have I really read any blogs (unless they showed up...

A Teeny Favor.

I have so many friends who live all over this country and indeed, around the world.  If anyone wants to help my great nephew out, I'd appreciate...

Tenth Anniversary. Never Forgotten.

Even 10 years later, it's difficult to remember that fateful day. A few years ago, I wrote a blog post about where I was and what I was doing on...

Six Word Saturday

Party for my brother in NJ!! My brother, Michael has accepted a job with the US Army in Saudi Arabia.  His youngest child just graduated...

What are you afraid of?

True story from a Kansas State Highway Patrol officer: I made a traffic stop on an elderly lady the other day for speeding on U.S. 166...

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Sep 30 2009 by Joanie6726
I guess I haven't been around since my computer crashed and got repaired.  The last blog entry that was posted was way back on Sept 4.   I have at least 15 more posts since then, many that are about John's cancer treatment and his fantastic recovery from his stem cell transplant.  Wonder what's happening?
 
Sep 23 2009 by Joanie6726
John went back to work on Monday, Sept 21, one month to the day he entered the hospital for his transplant.  You were right about the antibiotics.  John was on acyclovir for 14 days after he got home and also another one whose name escapes me right now.  He will be on bactrim until day 100 (we're at day 28 now)  The red spot on his neck turned out to be shingles.  It's still there.
 
Sep 18 2009 by hayhay1

Joanie,

 

Mine was using my own bone marrow stem cells to be inplanted back into me.  

I'm glad to here he is home and doing great!!

 

This is wonderful news!!!

 

Thank you,

 

Hay Hay