The long and windingroad… has been a pleasure

I am going to have a break from writing my blog for a while.  For the last six months, I have been unwell and it is a real struggle most days to just to do basic living and the things I enjoy most. I am still finding enjoyment in many of my favourite activities especially catching up with family and friends, reading, watching the occasional movie doing all our business related stuff and of course, having such an intimate time talking and sharing with you.

But being on dialysis for the past 24 years is impacting on my health now.   Many of my body systems don’t work as well as they use to.   Hopefully, in time I will pick up.   For now, though I am concentrating on getting better. This phase is quite a challenge.

This blog has always brought me great please and I am humbled by the number of people who read it and found it helpful for themselves or a family member or friend who is on dialysis.   I am also very pleased that I have been able to work with clinicians and improve the experiences and knowledge for people of dialysis.  Thank you all for being part of my audience.

The future? who knows?

8 thoughts on “The long and windingroad… has been a pleasure

  1. Greg when I saw your blog come up I was really happy and then sad that this will be the last for a while .But of course I respect your decision to withdraw, hopefully for mot too long Recouperate well!
    Warmest greetings
    Lorraine

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  2. Rest up and recuperate,hope you feel well enough to carry on with your wonderful blog again soon. You have been an inspiration to us throughout our journey and we have valued your sage advise, Thanks again dear friend
    Clare

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  3. Wishing you the best. Hoping you enjoy the rest of the summer doing what you love. I will miss your writings hoping and wishing you the best.

    Sincerely
    A wife of a 39 year old vet also who is on dialysis.

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  4. I’ve enjoyed reading your posts and insight into this world. I share the caretaking wife side of this dialysis world, but your posts help me to see the husband side when my own didn’t want to. Take care of yourself and I send positive vibes for a speedy recovery.

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