As I sit here and reflect on the last couple weeks and transition back into "real life" I am truly humbled!! Hospital life is tough, and it can be frustrating, CF is definitely something you can't fight alone. Having a support system is so important when it comes to facing any battle, no matter the size.
I am blessed beyond measure to have the support system that I do.... From the medical staff, my CF team, my CF family, to all of you that follow my journey, my amazing friends, my wonderful family, and to the two that started it all and that have been with me every step of the way, my parents. You ALL play such a huge part in my life and continue to keep me going time and time again.
When I was diagnosed with CF at 11 months old my parents were told to take me home and love me because I probably wouldn't live to see my 10th birthday. Right then and there my parents chose to fight and fight like hell. When I was old enough I adopted my parents philosophy and joined the fight.
I fight so hard day in and day out, not just for myself but for ALL of you. These last couple weeks have served as a good reminder why I fight so hard. My numbers weren't really where I wanted them to be when I left the joint this time around. I left at 27%, numbers are so frustrating and I try not to pay to much attention to them, which is easier said than done.
The most important thing is that I feel better, my mucus is beautiful, and I am HOME!! Healing at home and being in my own environment makes me feel like I'm practically cured. ; )
I am confident when I go to my hospital follow up appointment I will see that 30 again. I am going on 7 weeks now of the full dose of Orkambi, I am noticing lil changes and I am still very hopeful.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all of your support. I'm not sure you know how much it truly means to me. You ALL make fighting CF that much easier, and for that I am forever grateful. Breathe out Love! Xo❤️