May 29, 2010
I haven't had as much to say lately, because like Gar, I've not had as much time on WoW lately. I live with my fiance and her family, which includes her brother-in-law who has some health issues. A couple weeks ago he had a heart transplant and on the same night a kidney transplant. The heart worked out, but still waiting to see if the kidney will kick in. He was out for a day last week, but had to be taken back in. They've been draining lots of fluid from around his heart.
My fiance is very close to him, so we have been spending a lot of time at the hospital. It's usually work during the day, get home, eat something, then go visit him. I'm so worn out by the time I get home after, that I don't feel like even looking at my computer and just want to crash for the day. I sneak in some play time, mostly in the mornings now before work, occasionally at night. I haven't raided at all for the last two weeks, just mainly been PvPing and daily quests.
I still check these forums almost every day and try to have something to post, although it's usually something brief. Just figured I would let you guys know.
September 8, 2010
July 3, 2010
Tak, huge hugs and pink-bubble healing thoughts coming your way. Cuddle time with the family is always infinitely more important, especially when the bonding goes towards healing others. Thank you for the update, and please feel free to lean on us, as your fiance leans on you right now.
August 16, 2010
Sorry to hear that. Just know that your not alone and you have an outlet if you need one.
June 21, 2008
🙁 Sorry to hear about that Takaas. I hope your brother-in-law has a speedy and full recovery. In the meantime, best wishes to you and your family. Sounds like a tough and emotional row to hoe, but it's important that you be there by your wife's side as she supports him.
You're a good man.
I appreciate the update, but most importantly, I'm glad you decided to share this with your forum peeps here. You're a good guy and as others have already stated, anytime you need an outlet or some words of support, don't hesitate to share your feelings with the rest of us. We're here for ya.