Try roasting marshmallows over it for instentaneous relief.
Everyone assumes it’s because he’s a bad guy and doesn’t want to look weak, but actually Magneto doesn’t give hugs because it produces MRI results.
What do you call it when a surgeon can’t decide where to cut?
Just popping in to say sorry I haven’t updated in so unbelievably long! I’ve just moved to England (wow, that’s weird to just say) and I’ve been swamped figuring my life out at the moment. So, hey, if any of you are around Stratford-on-Avon, I’ll be going to the institute here and I sort of don’t know anyone in this country, so hit me up!
I promise I’ll get back to relatively regular updates once I’m settled again. I love you all and thanks, as always, for following!
Today my friend Josh goes in for his first sternotomy to get his ascending aorta and valve replaced. Let’s direct as much positive energy into his procedure as we can! Thanks for keeping him in your thoughts.
I finally did it! It’s my pre-op EKG, so the elongated bit after the S represents my original abnormality. I got it as a reminder of what I’ve survived and in memory of the murmur I don’t have since the fix.
It’s my Heartsurgiversary! Here are some incisiony cookies I made in honor of two whole years with a whole heart!
Not using the last moment before I went under to tell Dr. Campbell “You’ll be in my heart.”
Sorry I haven’t updated in a bit. Just wanted to pop by and let you know I’ve just had my annual EKG and echo and my new pulmonary valve, turning two in June, is still kicking ass! My LV is back to normal and I have virtually no regurgitation! Woo!