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JANUARY 17--In the Redwood Forest

Below is a screenshot of Caitlin’s Instagram from our trip home in September, 2015, when she got to visit the Prouty Garden one last time.  As I’ve mentioned, the current… 398 more words

Cystic Fibrosis

Mouth watering street food in Japan

When out and about  in Japan one thing that I need to consider is eating out. As a kidney transplant patient, who is also diabetic, I  have to make sure I don’t  overdose  on carbs too much and avoid certain foods. 100 more words

snow day

When we first decided to move here, everyone had some objection to it.

“Don’t you know it’s cold there?”

“Murder Capitol of the World!”

“You’re going to freeze!” 218 more words


Keratoplasty: The Solution Lasik Offers

There are multiple parts that make up the eye. Each one has a job that provides a person with the ability to see. So when one area isn’t working, it can cause a lot of vision problems. 333 more words


Only the Brave

To invest in something – your money, your time, your learning, your effort and care – and then to take risks with it, is either stupid or brave or maybe it’s science. 474 more words

Vegetable Garden

Veteran newsman Seah Chiang Nee dies; was one of world's longest-surviving heart transplant patients

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – Veteran journalist Seah Chiang Nee, who is one of the world’s longest-surviving heart transplant patients, has died.

Mr Seah, who was the first Singaporean to get a heart transplant 32 years ago, died at the Singapore General Hospital (SGH) on Sunday (Jan 15) morning with his family members by his side.  486 more words

Current Affairs

donor register contains one name only, Jesus

I read an interesting thing today, a heart transplant requires a diagnosis, a doctor and a donor.  So thinking about Ezekiel 36 – we all need a new heart because we were born with a heart of stone, because we were born without God in our lives.  304 more words