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Well this news is already more than two weeks old, but here it is nonetheless!
I would like to take this opportunity to transcribe a whacked out dream I had early this morning about frogs. It was very vivid and painful, as well as bizarre, and in my mind, amusing.
Well hello again folks! Once again I have been a bad blogger and neglected this one for quite some time, so consider this post both my apology and my attempt at rectification. There have been several recent health developments worth mentioning.
Good news folks, my health has improved in the decade since my last post! Well, decade is a bit of exaggeration, but it has been a while.
I’m out! Through cunning, misdirection, careful planning, bribes, an elaborate disguise kit, and the permission of my doctor, I was sprang from the hospital this past Wednesday.
Well, I’ve been in the hospital for two and a half weeks, and my billirueben has been steadily going down. It did go up twice, but then continued to go down.
Yep, I’m going to do it. Why?
Today is Wednesday May 26th, the fifth day of my latest stint in the hospital. I’ve been getting the photophoreisis every morning since Monday, and it’s been going well.
Well I’m going back into the hospital!
Finally, after a week of siting around in the hospital, and waiting around all day today, I was discharged from the hospital!
Hello everyone! Sorry that it has been so incredibly long since my last post, however in my defense, there wasn’t anything that juicy to report. Now, finally, there’s some drama!
Before I get into the leukemia update portion of this post, I would like to announce the launch of my website, www.hypnotictoast.com! It collects all my digitizable work to date, and will be a major platform for new work. Check it out! Edit: This site is no longer online.
Well, it’s taken me a few days longer to come up with the second part of catching up with transplant boy, but the Olympics were on! Man, that final hockey game was so amazing, I may just start following the sport.
Welcome one and all, to another long overdue post! A lot has happened since I said I was going to get a transplant, namely the transplant, but I’ll try to summarize as best I can the last two months. And by summarize I mean talk about in excruciating detail.
I apologize for not posting for a while, but I’ve been busy, and busy equals news, so here it is: I am going to get the stem cell transplant. In fact, I’m being admitted into the hospital today (January 12th, 2010).
It certainly has been a while since my last post, and for all those fiending for new material, I apologize. Some wild stuff has been going down in my life, and I been swept around, this way and that,
The Bilge Rat Hygiene is just that thing that happens to other pirates.
This past Thursday I went into the doctor’s office to get my weekly blood test; the numbers revealed that my bone marrow had yet to bounce back,
In response to my cousin Megan’s link to the BBC’s Male vs Female Brain Test, I have posted my results, as well as another link to the test, in case others would like to take it. http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/sex/add_user.shtml