It feels odd to say that, but truly it has been a pretty positive couple of weeks for me.Continue reading “Things are Looking Up”
It has been a while since I have written a blog post. To be honest, I’m not even sure if I’ll finish this one. I’ve had writers block these last two months and with my parents and Luke’s family here I really just wanted to be present while I had them around.Continue reading “There Are No Words”
I’m HOME! I’m home I’m home I’m home!Continue reading “Home is Where my Heart is”
This morning started off just as crummy as the last two. Still had issues with with my blood pressure being too low but this evening that all seems a world away this evening.Continue reading “Little Victories!”
Luke officially has a donor!!!
We got the news last week that a willing donor is a 10/10 match for Luke. This is such good news and helps us to feel a bit of hope again. Likely he will be getting his second stem cell transplant at the end of January.Continue reading “Finally!”
A year ago today I graduated from pharmacy school and became Doctor Lindey Coates. It really feels like a whole lifetime has passed since that momentous moment. Continue reading “A Year feels like a Lifetime”
I’m not going to lie, I have a little bit of PTSD from having been in a long distance relationship for so long. When I flew home for a week in December I started to tear up in the airport because I already missed Luke so much. Not just in the normal sense of missing another person, but I had this empty pit in my stomach that made me feel ill and like I was breaking into a million pieces. The only thing that would make me feel better and whole was being in Luke’s arms. Continue reading “Long Distance PTSD”
I apologize for not posting any updates in the new year, but Luke and I have been keeping busy! Continue reading “Getting Back to Normal-ish”
After close to 5 months of waiting, I officially received my Canadian Citizenship Certificate!!!Continue reading “Oh Canada!”
This last year has brought more ups and downs than I could even imagine. So much has happened that sometimes I have to stop and think about it all.