Florida

For anyone who’s read my previous blog about my daughter (and was left hanging for several days), I want to reassure my readers — Riva went through the stem cell donation procedure just fine. Better than that — what usually takes two days — the process of taking blood from one arm, spinning off the stem cells, then returning the warmed blood to the body — she managed to do in one. The donation center medical staff have a name for people like that: Super donors. Actually…

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Writer and storyteller, immigrant, wife, mom, knitter, collector of jokes, lover of cheap, sweet wine.

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