So pass the days of our lives. No news on the transplant front yet.
Tara came out for a visit last week; that was fun. We went to see the Rocky Horror Show. The cast and theatre were really small, but they all had great voices and it was an experience like no other (to put it mildly).
For those of you who don’t know, the Great Strides Walk/Run for Cystic Fibrosis is coming up at the end of May. Great Strides raises money for the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CCFF), which funds CF research and clinics, as well as transplant clinics, all of which are important parts of our daily lives. This year, a Joey’s Angels team is being entered in Victoria. To join or sponsor the team, click here!
We want to say a big thank you to all of Joey’s Angels and everyone who pledges the team. You all rock!
That’s it for now. Peace out!
K & J
Things have been uneventful lately in T. Dot in the way of news; such is life on the waiting list. Kirstin’s parents were out for a visit last week. It was fun. We think that Eric has seen more of the city then we have now (the man likes to keep busy).
Victoria has also been exciting. We are happy to announce that our nephew Shane and his partner Lindsay had a little baby girl on the 15th. Cassidy Deleron-Johnson is 7 lbs, 7 oz, and has reddish blonde hair. So that makes Joey and I a great uncle and a great aunt (but I guess we knew that already, didn’t we?)
Joey is now on oxygen during the cardio parts of his work outs; that is taking some getting used to. (Smells like the anesthetic you are given right before you pass out for surgery, yech). He has also had to scale back the intensity at which he does his cardio. Not too happy about that, but we’ll deal like we always do.
That’s the 411. Hope all is well with all of you.
J & K