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SaraNC

Update on Lisa (Peanut) from Best Friend

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That's great news! Will be great to have her back on and letting us know how great she's doing! :)

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Wonderful news, Lisa. I'm looking forward to meeting you on the forum.

 

Christy


Love makes the world go around!

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Wow! That is such awesome news! She is an inspiration to me, when I feel like hockey-poo, I am reminded of Lisa's strength & it not only makes me straighten up a bit, but it actually lifts my spirits because it also reminds me of how much better she is doing now. I'm really excited for her and I haven't even spoken with her before!

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This is absolutely great news!! Thanks again for the updates Sara!


Sending good wishes your way!

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Yay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I wish Lisa a comfortable trip home and the best recovery ever!!

 

Anne N.

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JJ,

Peanut has been through a lot but being the fighter that she is, she has made tremendous progress. We are all thrilled! I know you will be too.

Big Hugs,


Janey Willis

ISN Support Specialist

(Retired) ISN Assistant Webmaster

(Retired) ISN News Director

(Retired) ISN Technical Writer for Training Manuals

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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yeaaaaah, peanut is going home! She has been so brave and has been through so much with this procedure. I am so happy to see her progressing so well at this point considering what all she has been through!!!!!!!!!!!

 

When I first found this website, Peanut was one of the ones to reply to me and give me courage and hope. I also miss her in the chat room!

She is truly a wonderful person and I will be glad to hear from her in person.

 

love,

Mel

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Yeah!!! I'm glad another transplant patient is going home!!!!!!!!!!! I was so happy to get home. I just couldn't stop smiling.

 

 

Your fellow txc buddy,

Denelle

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I am truly sorry that I wasn't there to offer more support to Lisa. I am glad that she has such a great friend in you. I look forward to talking to Lisa when she is able.

 

I see that she is going home!!!! Congratulations. I see you have made amazing progress!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Awesome.

 

Your transplant buddy,

Denelle

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Lisa returned home from Chicago on Tuesday! She is doing great, she is walking on her ownand is able to do a lot of things

on her own like wash her hands, eat out at restaurants, put on her

slippers. She can get in and out of the car with out any difficulty.

It is very exciting. She still has her great sense of humor and her

smile has fully returned. There is a lot of laughing going on. She is

getting stronger everyday and her speech and ability to gather her

thoughts continues to improve. Her past memories seem to all be in

tack including knowing her way around the city. Her vision is still a

bit blurry and she has some double vision but the eye doctor said her

eyes are perfectly healthy and are working together with both close

and far away vision so as her body gains strength her vision will

improve. Lisa lungs are getting better and the doctor said walking and

being active will continue to strengthen her lungs. Hopefully soon Lisa will be ready to get back online and read everyone's comments and contribute herself.

Thanks for all your support, thoughts and well wishes they are really working!

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Sara, thank you so much for the updates on Lisa. I am so happy for her. She is in my thoughts daily. Peanut, you are doing great - you are missed bunches on the forum!!

 

Big hugs to you,

 

Cheri

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I look forward to the day Lisa when you can return to the chat room & make us all smile with your fantastic sense of humour.

 

Wishing you well for a continued speedy recovery.

 

Jen

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Thank you for taking the time to come in & post updates, as you can probably see by the number of replies.... it is appreciated!

 

That is great, tell her to continute getting better & we'll see her when she is ready to peak in.

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Just great progress because she's such a fighter and so determined to get her life back "before" scleroderma. I am so happy she continues to get better each day and I am confident that she will beat this completely and be an example to all. Please give her a big hug to her for me and tell her "way to go!". I am anxious for when I see her starting to post again as she is a ray of sunshine for everyone.

 

Warm hugs,

 

Peggy

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Sara....thanks again for the updates. So glad you are there helping Peanut. Your posts always brings a smile.

 

Peanut........you keep at it. We're all cheering you on!!!

 

Take care, Everyone.

Margaret

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Sara,

I can't begin to express how much we appreciate your updates on how Lisa is doing. It's so good to hear that she is constantly improving and at such a great pace. It's great to hear that her beautiful smile keeps going and going and going. It's all such good news!!!!

 

Big Hugs to you,


Janey Willis

ISN Support Specialist

(Retired) ISN Assistant Webmaster

(Retired) ISN News Director

(Retired) ISN Technical Writer for Training Manuals

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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Thanks for the update!

 

Lisa you are truly amazing and an inspiration to all! I am so proud of you! Keep up the great work.

 

Hugs,

Lisa


Lisa Bulman

(Retired) ISN/SCTC List Coordinator

(Retired) ISN Sclero Forums Assistant Manager

(Retired) ISN Assistant News Guide

(Retired) ISN Fundraiser

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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Lisa,

 

You are so loved and supported here by everyone! I hope to meet you soon. I also had a transplant 8 years ago. Can't wait to see you back on your feet and posting on this forum!

 

Keep getting stronger!

 

 

Razz

:)


Live well, Laugh often, Love much

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Hi Peanut ,

 

I have been thinking of you these past couple of days. How are you doing? I hope you are continuing to recover nicely and I look forward to you joining in on the forum soon.

 

Take care, Everyone.

Margaret

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I was wondering what the link is to her website, I can't find it on here. I read the thread that she went home & is doing better, but I just wondered how her progress was going.

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