Monday, November 05, 2007

Stuttering

Anthony had labs this morning. As usual, they were perfect. His liver functions are wonderful, and that's all I needed to know.

I got a call from his transplant hospital today telling me that because he is so stable, they no longer feel it is necessary to follow the level of anti-rejection medicine in his blood. The level has been undetectable for a year, and his liver functions have been rock steady. It's one less test we'll have to pay for, so that's nice. Still makes me a little nervous, but I know that seeing his liver functions every other month will help me get over it.

I have 53 days until I take my Med Tech certification exam (on December 28), and I'm freaking out. That's almost two months, but I still feel like I've got no time left to study! My hands are shaking just thinking about it.

In less than four weeks, I'll be done with my rotations! I'll take my final exit exam on December 6, and graduation is on December 21. It's been two-and-a-half years, but it seems like the time has flown by.

2 comments:

Renee said...

It's flown by for me too, but I thought it was just me! congratulations!

mia'a mommy said...

I am so proud of you!!!!