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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

A Day in His Life - An MS Patient's Diary Since Stem Cell Therapy

By: Preston Walker

I am not sure how to describe what happened today other than that I have a LOAD OF ENERGY!! To let everyone understand this, I documented today's events in the following information:
I invited my son to a bike ride. We rode twenty miles and returned home. Instead of wanting to sleep, I started looking for other things to do!!
I found that my lawnmower needed the rear wheel removed and replaced. The taillight on my ATV needed the support bracket removed and replaced. The inspection on my wife's car was out - took it to the shop for that. The same car's wheels needed to be balanced and rotated - DONE! My license plate registration would expire at the end of this month - bought the renewal ahead of time. I returned home and affixed the new sticker to my truck. I also bought 4.3 tons of rock for the flower beds that we will lay down within the next couple of days.
When all of this was taken care of, I rode the ATV with my son and watched him ride for a little while. I then went to watch my daughter play a volleyball game.
It was quite a day of doing little things, but it would have been very taxing several weeks ago. It's now 9:00 p.m. and I am still full of energy!!
There is only one reason for this turn of events.

It is God's good grace through the injection of ADULT STEM CELLS. GO STEM CELLS GO!!
In Him,

Learn more of Preston at the ASCT website

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