I’ve been putting off writing an update for a bit because it has been an emotional couple of weeks. Luke has been fighting this battle so hard, but it definitely hasn’t been easy.Continue reading “Emotional Roller Coaster”
It has been almost two weeks since Luke had his stem cell transplant and it has been full of ups and downs.Continue reading “Post-Transplant Ups and Downs”
Today has been a very long day. We started our morning by heading to the hospital bright and early.
Not all hero’s wear capes.Continue reading “Stem Cell Transplant Day”
I haven’t posted an update on Luke in a while mostly because my life has been so chaotic trying to get up here to Winnipeg, but also because I wanted to have as much information as possible.Continue reading “Lukey Update”
Over the last couple of weeks I have spent my time packing up my life and getting rid of things that I don’t need anymore. After three car loads of donations, I finally got my car all loaded up (to the brim) and on Friday my dad and I hit the road heading for Winnipeg.Continue reading “Bittersweet”
This past weekend I graduated from pharmacy school with my Pharm.D. and officially became Dr. Coates. It has been a long hard road to get where I am now but I am so thankful that I stuck it out.Continue reading “Dr. Coates”
I want to wish the happiest of Birthdays to my Lukey.
You are my love, my best friend, my shoulder to cry on, my future husband, my everything.Continue reading “Happy Birthday Lukey”
It’s been a while since I have posted. Since getting back from Winnipeg it feels like time has sped up and slowed down all at the same time. I got to spend some time with my family and now I’m up in Maine completing my last rotation before I graduate.Continue reading “Normal”
Leaving Luke has never been easy. I miss him even when he goes to he bathroom. When you find the person who completes you and makes you feel whole, all you want to do is be with that person.Continue reading “Saying Goodbye”
Blin-ah-toom-oh-mabContinue reading “Blinatumomab”