Monday, November 30, 2009

Mrs. Lomax Remembers A'dree-Rose

Gloria Lomax, profiled on 11/17/09, remembers A'dree-Rose Hollinger:

"Hi Linda,

Thanks so much for alerting me to your blog about A'dree-Rose. She and her grandparents were training on the Aksys machine at the same time we were, so we got to know them a little. We were so impressed that she wanted to be her grandfather's helper and was at that time considering a career as a dialysis nurse. What a gift those four years were to her grandparents...and now to
others, like you, who receive her care at Cherry Hill.

I have been folllowing your very interesting blogs. Your Thanksgiving night was a tough one. Sounds like you and Steve made it through OK...and hopefully life at your home will be peaceful now. I like the confortable time in between crises. I hope your continuing neews is good news.


What a wonderful note, reflective of a supportive community! I, too, like the "comfortable time in between crises." Sometimes it assuredly feels like we're up to our ankles in alligators. It is gratifying to know there are supportive people out there who truly, truly understand.

Take care. Linda Gromko, MD

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