Apheresis

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First day of Apheresis. I miss my dialysis patients already. We got a little bond over the last six weeks and I hope that I am able to have the same kind of bond with my patients when I get to Bethesda.

Things around here are a lot different then they are upstairs. More rules, more procedures, more paperwork , and a lot less smiles. But hey whatever it is all good!

I broke my phone yesterday. I was really upset and just threw it after that I decided to change some things. I have been thinking a lot lately and writing about it in an alternative location. It has allowed me to clear up some things so hopefully going forward things will be a little easier for me.

It’s a new day. Lets make the best of it.

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