365 Posts in 2008

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'It' doesn't simply go away (but I wish it would)

I hesitate often to speak/blog about how I'm doing, because it seems that just when I say all things are good, I take a little step backwards.

"It" comes back - "It" is the fact that I have a life-long chronic illness that manifests itself in different ways, depending on how "It" feels. No, "It" doesn't simply go away, no matter how much I wish it would.

I'm still dealing with ongoing chronic pain/fatigue - and "It" is something no one can figure out.

I think my life is 'normal': 15 months post-transplant

I can hardly believe it's been 15 months since my kidney transplant. Wow, has time flown!

Have you been wondering about me and about the health of my transplanted kidney? Wondering what I've been up to and what I'm planning for my 'normal' future? Read on...

Babies adopted from China may need kidney testing

Not often do two major parts of my life (international adoption and kidney disease) cross paths, but this news article out of Canada speaks to my heart (and kidney) in more than one way.

My Kidney Blog Maintenance

The My Kidney Blog site has been updated -

~ Upgraded to Drupal 6.4.

~ Installed the new releases of the Comment Notify, Comment Closer and Akismet modules.

  • Note to fellow MyKidney Bloggers: You will now start receiving emails whenever someone leaves comments on your posts!
  • Note to Everyone: The Comment Closer module will auto-close commenting on posts older than one month. If you read an archived post and have something to say, the My Kidney Bloggers would love to receive a contact email.
  • Note to Spammers: Akismet will eat you.

~ My Kidney Blog has been added to AllTop.com under the Health category. When you've got a moment, take a peek at AllTop's site and check out the new sidebar button. Good job, everyone!

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