Posted in My Journey, Sickle Cell Anemia

Day 3, Living With Sickle Cell Anemia

Well got a little good news today. My account went up some,but still low,but if it keep going up. NO TRANFUSION! Yay! I have been in bed majority of the day getting some good sleep. Headache been kicking my butt:( Its cold and I wish Spring was already here for me. Havent seen the doctor yet today, not sure how I feel about that. I’m just glad it’s not the rude doctor from before. Yes, if you wondering if I complain about him too my doctors. the answer is yes! Guess I should get to doing a little homework while the pain is gone. Thank each and every one of you for praying for me, asking how im doing. your encouragement! God Bless


I blog for many reasons, the love of writing, to inspire and touch someone life. No matter what I'm going through in my life. It's a get away when my SC becomes to much for me to handle. I love to get carry away in MY WORLD! I'm on a JOURNEY to discover myself. God Bless! :)

25 thoughts on “Day 3, Living With Sickle Cell Anemia

  1. I am also praying for no transfusion PJ and that your blood count will cooperate! Glad to hear it’s not the rude doctor you are having to deal with. Spring will be here soon my sweet friend! 🙂 Stay positive and God will get you through, of course you already know that! 🙂


  2. Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed; for the Lord thy God is with thee whirtersoever thou goest.


  3. Keeping you lifted up in prayer PJ. Hope your count goes up so you won’t have to get a transfusion. God has you in his hands. Continue to give him the glory and praise.

    God bless you!


  4. I’m also praying for no transfusion, PJ, and you know you’ll remain in my prayers. You would love the weather in CA; it’s been a weirdly warm winter and we need rain..anyway, hang in there, and keep us posted~ Healing hugs are being sent to you~


    1. Lauren

      I would love to be in CA, enjoying the warm weather. Thank you for your prayers, means a lot to me! No rain? oh no, I love rain! Thank you for your encouragement and hugs! God Bless You 🙂


  5. I will keep you close in my prayers and while I honestly don’t know a lot about sickle cell anemia…I live with SLE …and understand pain. I wish you much love and peace


    1. Thank you for your prayers, it truly means a lot to me! Sorry to hear you know pain as well! you in my prayers as well! God Bless 🙂

      Yea i need to explain my illness better then I have


  6. Oh no…. Living with any ailment is hard, and my prayers are with you. This is the first post I have ever read about it… many that you are living with faith and love… Beautiful. As far as the doctor… I wish there were more doctors who practice the art of medicine with more passion and love then ambition and figures of prestige. I suppose that is the work of God in the nurses… they know as much, work longer and harder and the lot I have scene have this nurturing underbelly that allows them the bedside manner forgotten in the Hippocratic oath….Much love…


  7. You are in my prayers little lady! I know you’re standing on Gods shoulders and He will protect you! I’m glad to see your count increasing! Be blessed and pray for a healing over your own body in Jesus name!


    1. KalleyC,

      You brought smile to my face! Thank You I needed it! I’ll keep you all updated, waiting to see the doctor today, since he was no show yesterday! God Bless You:)


  8. Hey, you could “accidentally” kick that doctor where he needs it most, while you were trying to get your legs and feet “more comfortable”, you know? Anyway, congrats on your blood count getting higher. Praying RIGHT NOW for a super high count!


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