Sunday, August 12, 2012

Mail to Germany

Well my first official package that I am able to send on my own to my Donor in Germany is going to be on its way come Monday. That is if I make it to the post office that is just around the corner from my house, which I seem to have a difficult time doing sometimes. I am super excited and can't wait to send this off to him. I wrote a long letter and my Nurse was able to translate it because she is from Germany originally. It was cool because now I don't have to go through all the different organizations to get approval. I know his phone numbers and address so we can freely communicate with each other. I just almost come to tears every time I think of him and what he has done for me. I mean the whole transplant was anti-climatic but, I mean he gave me a second chance at life and I could never repay him for that special gift that he gave me. I also put together two photo albums for him. I included Pics of my life before cancer with family and friends and also another album of the process going through cancer. I included the pics of me actually receiving his bone marrow and when I was in the hospital. I can't wait to hear what he thinks and know a little more about this kind stranger. It is such a fun journey!!!


Christa Forsythe said...

What a neat gift! Glad you got a second chance! Love knowing you... hugs and love!

Cameron VSJ said...


I have a quick question about your blog, would you mind emailing me when you get a chance?