Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Day Two of the Torture Test

If you look at yesterday's post here, today was about the same - adding in a lovely stroll through the park on a treadmill at an 80 degree angle and a few miles per hour pace.

Geesh- I figured out why it's called a "stress" test.

But, it's over!!

And ...


I'll be presented for transplant candidacy next month.

Well, if Denver digs out that is.

Thank you again everyone!!!

Barb, love you- please stay toasty and in.side.


Blogger Sarah's In the Midst of It said...

HOORAY! Congratulations! YAY!

I'm VERY excited for you--that little kidney-shaped ornament on my tree is going to be a reminder of not only Addison, but also your second chance:)

8:15 PM  
Blogger Kristie said...

Wow. I read your story. I am amazed at what God has done in your life and what you have been through..right down to the stitches on your foot without painkillers!! I am encouraged by your faith in the Lord. Also I like the story of your dad sharing his faith with the kid next to you in the hospital long ago.

8:34 PM  
Anonymous MarillaAnne said...

Alright! Glad that's over and it went well! Ok now educate me a little ... does "presented for transplant candidacy" mean you go on the wait list or that you're going into a review process of some sort. If you haven't already, maybe you could include a process flow chart. If you have already ... just point.

FYI you're in my Thursday 13 as a story I am following. Eventually I will have a list of sites about Life Stories ... but today you are just in the Thursday 13.

Hugs and prayers,

8:05 AM  
Blogger Barb said...

Of course you passed, Kelli. How could you not with all the prayer that's been offered up for you.

Oh hallelujah! What a wonderful Christmas present to you, your family and to all of us who know and love you.

I'm so glad this part is behind you. I'd have had a lot bigger panic attack than just a little whimpering, let me tell you.

You're so sweet to be concerned I'm staying warm. But honestly, this storm went right over us out here in the west and landed full force on everyone we know and love on the other side of the mountains. We got enough snow to make it a little white around here but certainly nothing at all compared to Denver.

Now we pray for the weather to be clear as my Mom travels across the mountains back to Denver next week.

You are such a blessing to me. I'm beyond thrilled for you. Such great results, Kelli. Merry, merry Christmas to you and your family.

9:01 AM  
Blogger momrn2 said...

Congratulations!!! WHOO HOO!!! Praise God!

Now it's just waiting for the big day!

Praying it will be soon!!!

9:27 AM  
Blogger Kelli said...

Pam if you can post your Blog URL here, I'll send you some details. In the meatime, I'll add that info to "Part 3" :)

10:15 AM  
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