Andrew’s calming powers & nurse’s happy dance

In the weeks preceding my last several immuno-suppressive infusions to treat my Crohn’s Disease, I had been violently ill. To better control my symptoms, my doctor just increased my treatments from every six to four weeks. Today was the first earlier appointment and I was already in need.

I have notoriously difficult veins, so this sweet nurse Christine actually did a happy dance in her chair once she got my IV running! And then the visiting service dog, Andrew, who I met last month, came by for another visit. It was perfectly timed as I was feeling upset over potentially needing a port (rather than having to find a vein for the IV each time).

Today’s #OneGoodThing was getting my infusion done early with minimal difficulties! What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments! Kindness is Everything.

Day 205 of 365. And Day 1,301 in a row (here’s the first 366, & the following 365, & the third year of 365 good things)!

1 year ago today: Funkywunks tearing it up

2 years ago today: Caregiver props

3 years ago today: Like we’d never stopped…

6 years ago today: Hey cutie!

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