The Adventures of Kidney Boy

A Journal About Living With End Stage Renal Disease. Dialysis. Transplants. Love. Family. Friends. The Unsung Donor. This is my life, from the end of a needle to the bottom of a pill bottle.

Monday, September 27, 2010


Just a quick thanks to all who've been reading loyaly.  I've been enjoying writing, and I'll contiune to do so.  I've just been very busy the past few days - being active in life and being on dialysis really eats away at your time.

Sometimes I feel bad, because I don't have as much free time to spend with friends and family... lord knows there's a few friends out there I haven't hung out with in forever, and I miss them so much!  But they're all still supportive, and it's amazing how they're there for me when I need it.

I'd say that if I didn't have the family and friends that I have, I'd have never made it this far in dealing with dialysis and transplants.  So thanks, peoples.  I love you.


1 comment:

  1. Thanks to YOU Steve.
    I realize this is an old post for you and you likely won't even see that I've commented for a while (if at all), but it seemed like a good post to thank you on so here I go. I was diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease (stage 4) about 3 months ago at 34 years old. I'm not yet on dialysis or the transplant list, but I've been told both things will inevitably happen and that it will be sooner rather than later. To say it's a scary time is quiet the understatement. Anyway, although I have an excellent support system in my friends and family it's hard for them to understand just exactly what's going on with me both physically and mentally/emotionally. It's being so nice to read your story and feel less...alone, I guess. So thank you. :)