When I first got my driver’s license, I signed up to become an organ donor. It was a very easy decision for me – I hate to see perfectly good organs go to waste.
When I was diagnosed with this disease and heard a live donor was an option, I tried to think about what I would do. That is an entirely different question than being a cadaver donor. There are risks and sacrifice involved. I think I would be a live donor, but I’m not certain.
When I met Logan, she was willing to learn about live donation. She’s now going through the process. I’m at a loss for words. I am grateful and in awe that someone is willing to sacrifice part of themselves for me.
All our friends and family have been so supportive – others are in the queue for live donation testing, and even more are willing to help in anyway possible. This is going to be a long journey. I hope I can make everyone proud. Everyone means a lot to me – even if sometimes the words don’t come out of my mouth. Thank you Logan, and thank you to our support network – all of you.