June 17, 2016

You know things are good. Recovery from open heart surgery good. I am working off walker back to cane. Dialysis is stable and has been for awhile. One good eye is fine, good enough to drive the car. Loss of depth of field with just one eye makes drive thru at Tim Horton’s a little more challenging. I have to pay more attention stoping and going in line.

As for kidney transplant, around 95% survival rate after six years after receiving a non-living donor’s kidney in a transplant. My next adventure is the transplant.

Ilive in intersting times. Thursday was a good day. ….I watched some Canada geese paddling around in front of our cottage in the beautiful, blue waters of Georgian Bay. I am very fortunate.


Author: William J. Gibson

62 year old - writer/photographer Canadian, survived open heart surgery, received kidney transplant, sometimes dour, sometimes amusing, over six feet in height, severely follicle challemged

2 thoughts on “Good”

  1. Some Timmie’s drive-thrus are more challenging than others eh? We have one here in Sturgeon Falls – in fact we now have two because of it – that has such a tight and narrow left turn that I’ve seen more than one vehicle have to back up a bit and re-adjust to get through. Steer clear of that one, but the one on the corner is a piece of cake. 🙂 I’m so glad you are looking up and out, and so looking forward to when you have a new kidney!

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