Friday, June 11, 2010

Joshland Projects


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,

Josh

5 comments:

  1. I can't wait to see what you and Moganko are up to with Grand Avenue!

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  2. Have I told you how incredible it is that you've turned your situation into something so unbelievably positive? I remember you always were upbeat in elementary school, but your positive attitude is just stunning. Thank you for being extraordinary and for sharing your life with the world and with me. :)

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  3. I feel like a kid on Christmas EVE!!! UGH! What do Josh & Moganko have up their sleeve?!?!

    P.S. I also really liked the video about your PICC line! Definitely informative for us mommies who are new to this game! :D

    Lots of love!
    Chelsea

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  4. I wish dressing changes were all that fast.

    Can't wait for the new Moganko video.

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  5. I really like that you made the video of the picc line dressing, when I first got my picc line I searched all over the internet for information about them and did not find a whole lot. You video also made it seem like no big deal, which is good because after they tell you what is happening it is kind of scary. I don't know why, but having my picc line changed always gave me anxiety, the second time they put one in they did not put that butterfly thing on the top and the line would just go in and out, I was always afraid a nurse was just going to pull it out too much or something.

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