← Return to Organ Donation and Transplant: What is Your story?

Discussion
Rosemary, Volunteer Mentor (@rosemarya)

Organ Donation and Transplant: What is Your story?

Transplants | Last Active: May 16 4:38pm | Replies (58)

Comment receiving replies
@rosemarya

Welcome. This discussion is for everybody involved in organ transplantation. You do not need to be a gifted writer to tell your story. If you like to write in paragraphs, or if you like to use lists or bulleted items please feel free to do so. Your story might be long or it might be short, and you can share what you are comfortable to share about yourself.
We look forward to reading your story.

@glinda, @billacaregiver, @gphetteplace, @azdan99, @jolinda, @gaylea1, @2011panc, @john1492, @tasher3433, @btwest6, @tjgisewhite, @jsw, @michaelswaim, @loungingsofa70, @mpow00, @estrada53, @cmael, @jodeej, @jerrynord,@ca426, @almula, @amyintucson, @guidant07 and all members.

Jump to this post


Replies to "Welcome. This discussion is for everybody involved in organ transplantation. You do not need to be..."

@rosemarya Rosemary, I was approved as a living kidney donor at Mayo Clinic Rochester two weeks ago. I will be giving a kidney to my husband. Our surgeries are scheduled for this April 20 – nine days before my 70th birthday. I am feeling relieved, amazed, and grateful. I am also a little anxious because I know this is a journey, not a destination. I have been encouraged by following the stories here and wanted to thank you for your kind and wise words.
Rosenander