Thursday, April 28, 2016


Went to Dr. Alexander's office.
A1C went from 7.6 to 6.8.
Tris dropped from 324 to 199
All other numbers were great to.
Feeling better then I have in years.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016


Well 16 years ago my dad died. I still miss him a lot.

MS GOOD NEWS 4/27/16

Went to Trivedi ' s office today. It's been a year. There is no progression of MS in the brain or spine. I will still have the limp and soreness. But it is worth it. I will win.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Eye dr

Went to the eye doctor today, got my eyes dilated now I look like I have x-ray eyes. But I had a great report. No issues and Diane had no issues.

Two stick

Well it's  been a week with my new power port and went in to get blood drawn and they couldn't use it due to being lab techs and not nurses. Two sticks and one blown vein.

Saturday, April 23, 2016

8 mile hick

Hiked 8 miles with Diane at Tunnel Hill trail. We had a lot of fun looking at nature. Sore a little but it felt good. The hiking sticks worked good and we took a day pack with us. It was a great start on our quest for the Appalachian trail.

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Walking stick workout 1

Well got my new walking sticks yesterday and today Diane and I walked 1.78 miles. I really need to work on using them. They helped my balance and guess helped my back pressure.

Monday, April 18, 2016

Port day 4/18/16

Well the day started at 5 am. We were at the hospital ( Herrin) at 6am and we're in the room by 7:20 am. The nurses were wonderful. Very friendly and fun. Heather Wilson was my surgical nurse.She a good friend from Life church. Dr Miller came in and explained thing then off to surgery. It took a little more then an hour all together. Came home and slept most of the day. Off to work tomorrow.

Monday, April 11, 2016


Well infusion day again. They used ultrasound to find my veins today, then they dug deep. Really thought it was going through my elbow. Nothing like seeing blood through a needle running down your arm.

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Day of Test

Haven't blogged in a bit sorry, too many things going on .
Yesterday 4\5\16 was a day of tests.
Had to be at the hospital by 6:00am to start. They started with a chest X-ray and then a blood test. They only stuck me one time thank goodness. Just got sat down from that and they called me for my MRI check up. Well it took ten sticks to get the contrast in. I felt like a pin cushion. It took 3 hours for that test and my back and right shoulder were killing me. Walked out after that into the lobby and it was light out.  When I went in it was dark still. Everyone was looking at me because of all the gauss pads taped to me. The last test was a EKG guess it had nod no issues.
All of this because of my MS and me wanting a port so I don't get stuck so much. Best part I got to sleep the rest of the day.