His parents (Tony and Maria) are lovely people. Garry and I quickly bonded with them and they are very close to our age, so we found some things in common. Maria and I even have the same taste, as we have the same shirt and a purse with just one detail different! Lol We did some touristy things in Denver and had a nice time. On a whim, I put a stethoscope in my suitcase, and I’m so glad that I did. Both Maria and Tony listened to Adrian’s lungs and it meant so much to them. As you can imagine, there were a few tears.
We are so glad that we met them! Garry and I plan to visit them in California when time/finances permit. Please keep this family in your prayers, as grieving can be a long, difficult process.
My lungs are doing well. My next visit to Duke is in April. I have to have a pulmonary function test done locally in December. I have had some issues with anemia, which required a unit of blood the end of August and an iron shot. My creatinine level is a bit high (indicator of kidney function). I will see a specialist regarding both of these in the near future. Prayers appreciated.
Thank you for checking in and may you have a blessed day!
~Everyone smiles in the same language~ one of Adrian's favorite quotes