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End of Thursday

4pm - Renal Nurse. Traffic got her here at near 5pm. She answered questions we'd gathered over the last two days. On Saturday she will flush the catheter to make sure it's all working properly after 3 weeks of healing. Fingers crossed. The specialist said it will looked out of place, but good.

We also received one month supply of dialysis liquids in 20 boxes that are not going to fit in my car to take home. We'll cross that bridge when we get to it.

The next week will consists of alot of training. I consider ourselves intelligent people, I hope it takes less time than what the nurse feels is necessary.

Larry has caught whatever sick I've had for the last week. It was bound to happen. I am his eye seeing pet and theres no way around not having any contact with him when he is dependant. Glad tomorrow is a free day.

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