So after talking to my doctors about my increased fatigue and anxiety, they've decided that it may be time for me to take some time for myself to get things in order before I go in for the transplant. I spoke with Lauren and we decided that this Friday would be my last day before going out on disability. This allows me to finish up some things I have going on at work and not leave them high and dry, which would have been what happened if I continued to work until the call came. I'm a little bummed about having to go out but I realize that it's for the best. For seven years I've lived a seemingly normal life with this condition so for it to finally affect my way of living is a little hard to take hold of. But like everyone keeps telling me, I have to do what's best for me before anything else. I've already thought of little projects to do around the house to occupy my time so hopefully the boredom will be kept to a minimum. I've also got some things coming up to look forward to. On February 5th I'm going to see American Idiot on Broadway which should be a lot of fun.
|Smiths Detection's Blood Drive with|
The American Red Cross will be held on
March 9th at the Morristown Office.
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