What's been going on in Joshland? Well...Lots of stuff. I'm doing my best to keep busy, which is really hard to do when your temporarily broken body is calling the shots. Despite all the resting and lack of energy, I've been moving forward on a few projects:
- Through family friends, I've connected with a local barbershop/doo wop quartet called Grand Avenue. They've happily agreed to help me with a "Moganko Musical Project" (No relation to the Allan Parsons Project) that I hope the entire CF Community will really enjoy. That's all I'm able to say at this point, but here is a little preview to whet your appetite:
- I also attempted to keep the promise I made last week about making my home IV stint amusing and educational. Here is a video I created about two very important aspects of home IV health care: PICC line blood draws and dressing changes. I don't think it's hard to watch, but I put a warning on the beginning for those with weak hearts and stomachs. If it makes you feel better, Moganko left the room while it was going on.
Here's to keeping busy while your under the weather!
Peaceful, Restful, and Productive Things,