Home again

After just short of eight weeks at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN my wife I returned home this past Saturday. I was there for a stem cell transplant as the next step in treatment for my lymphoma. It was a very long process with a number of phases. There were elements of it that were very rough but I made it through and am on the road to recovery. I had a major reset on Monday involving the rescue squad and another hospital stay but am slowly inching back. I’m as exhausted as one can be but see small incremental improvements every day. It will be many many months of recovery. I’ve been keeping up on the world of Amateur Radio (and some photography) through John, AE5X’s blog and links. I’ve been off the air for quite some time now but as my stamina returns I’ll reconnect some antennas and get back on the air.




One response to “Home again

  1. I know you’re overjoyed to be home Tim. Recuperate and play radio only when you feel like it – it’ll always be there waiting to entertain or provide an escape. That’s the beauty of hobbies, especially ours. Best wishes from this hot country to cool Wisconsin,

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