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God’s Word

God’s Word

 Today I had some additional testing on my left shoulder.It was an interesting procedure that was done back at Northern Colorado Rehab Hospital. The doctor concluded that there was evidence of some past never damage, perhaps caused by the West Nile Virus. The current condition is that it is in the process of regeneration. This(…)

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Balance

 Today was my appointment with my infectious diseases doctor.  I think he was pleased enough with my progress considering my blood protein is in the normal range when it was twenty-four times higher than it should be a few weeks ago. Tomorrow I have an appointment back at Northern Colorado Rehab Hospital for some never(…)

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The Table of the King

The Table of the King

Today was my planned no exercise day, getting caught upon taxes and few other projects. Sue and Sam joined us for lunch. After they arrived I was transferring myself from the recliner to my wheelchair using my walker. I found out that my walking backwards is as challenging at getting up a step. For some(…)

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Waiting in Hope

 It was good to be back at Timberline Church this evening. With my recent hospitalization and our trip to Lakewood last week, it has been four weeks since I have able to attend. I have been working on my tax return for last year; I usually have it done by now but am getting close(…)

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The Basis of Joy

The Basis of Joy

I am thankful that my last blood work tests showed my protein levels within a normal range. (I am posting my most recent chart but my current protein level is .5) This is good news because these levels are related to muscle strength and fatigue. It seemed to be a nicer day than anticipated. Debbie(…)

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The God Who is There

 I am glad for the arrival of the first day of spring!Today was certainly a good spring day. It even looks like the rose bushes need to be trimmed back and some of the spring flowers are beginning to grow. My physical therapy session involved a surprise, my first attempt at some stairs. I did(…)

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