A New Year – New Beginnings!

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14th Feb will be my 9 month anniversary since I got my stem cells…

Where did that time go?

So grateful for having the transplant last year, most brutal thing Ive ever done BUT definitely the best thing Ive ever done!!!

Timing was sooo perfect, it would cost us double if I had gone this year!

 

Well I am now officially in REMISSION, loving life & looking ahead…

Getting wonderful feedback from my incredible medical professionals here & in Singapore!

Never been so busy which I love.

New exciting Projects ahead, WATCH THIS SPACE!

Enjoying the fruits & doing things I couldn’t before.

Rediscovering what I love; cooking, gardening & spending time with wonderful people.

NOTHING IS GOING TO STOP ME!

Isaiah 55:8-9

 My intentions are not always yours,
        and I do not go about things as you do.
    My thoughts and My ways are above and beyond you,
        just as heaven is far from your reach here on earth.

 

INTERNATIONAL HEADLINES

Recently you may of seen a clip on the news about the stem cell transplant being done in the UK with much success … This is exactly the same as what I had done as well as thousands all around the world for the last 2o years – great that its finally being taken seriously!

Am excited that it is becoming a REAL option for others with relapsing remitting MS.  PHARMAC the drug days are nearly over!!!

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6 thoughts on “A New Year – New Beginnings!

  1. Shalom McClimans

    Hey Girl,

    Soooooo happy for you! I know this has been a loooong road, but you’ve persevered and are now finally reaping some much deserved benefits.

    We’re 3/4 of the way through our year around North America in an RV. It’s been fun, hard, exciting, lonely and a bunch of other things, and we’re glad we’re doing it. We feel like we’re finally getting a rhythm and routine to it which is nice. Our poor RV has gotten a lot of bumps and scrapes and it seems like things are falling apart left and right—we just hope it’ll hold up long enough to finish our trip! They sure don’t make these things to last.

    We’re still thinking/praying about what’s next. We’re trying to decide between California, Colorado and Tauranga…and we might shift a whole new direction tomorrow, ha! We’re crazy and we know it. We’ll let you know if we do decide to head back to NZ later this year. (shhh, don’t tell anyone yet until it’s for sure)

    Love ya, Shalom, Chris, Asher and Benjamin

    On Fri, Feb 5, 2016 at 8:28 PM, underyourwingblog wrote:

    > rebekahsmith12 posted: ” 14th Feb will be my 9 month anniversary since I > got my stem cells… Where did that time go? So grateful for having the > transplant last year, most brutal thing Ive ever done BUT definitely the > best thing Ive ever done!!! Timing was sooo perfect, it w” >

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  2. Tim and Mary Long

    Whacko!! Kiddo!!! Remission is such a nice word aye!. Thank God we look forward to what fills ‘this space’. God bless. Tim & Mary Long

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