As I was walking the dogs around the block today with my oxygen on my back I got to thinking about all the things I miss being able to do. With progression of CF, your independence slowly gets taken away. It is a major mind battle and the depression takes a hit when you think about all the things that are “taken away” from you. Continue reading
Wednesday I had a chest x-ray to check the progress of the upper right lobe where I was having the slight pain, which is where the x-ray showed the atelectasis (air trapping). My x-ray was unchanged. The prednisone didn’t do much if anything for the atelectasis. The next step is a chest CT. I am scheduled for the CT Thursday the 17th. After they get the results from the CT we will then figure out what the next step will be and if there needs to be. The atelectasis could simply be more shadowing and not as prominent as it appears which the CT will give us a more definite answer. Continue reading
I have a few “titles” in my life and I am proud to hold them. Along with being a bonus mom I am a military spouse/mil spouse. Being a bonus mom and a military spouse are the two things I am the most proud of. I am very proud of my husband and what he does for our country. I got into the military spouse game after my husband had already been in for almost 8 years. He had many deployments and a few different assignments before I was in the picture. A little background first… we grew up in the same town and went to the same school 3 years apart. He was in my brothers class and his brother was in my class. We knew of each other but never really hung out. Fast forward 10+ years, 2 “practice” marriages later and here we are. Since we got together we have had our fair share of deployments and TDY’s. We just got a new assignment in Tennessee this past summer. We were at our last base in Missouri for 6 years. Being at a base for 6 years is a long time in military time.