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Old March 17th, 2008, 05:51 PM
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Okay, here is the update on my kidney donation. We are first level matches. This morning they had to draw 11 more tubes of blood for other tests. We should know something definite in two weeks.

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there was a segment on Dateline last night where a waitress at Starbucks donated a kidney to one of her regular customers...it takes about 8 weeks to recover from the operation....so I think you should treat yourself to a cruise as part of your physical therapy
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They told me 2 weeks for the first job and 8 for the second job. If I'm off work 8 weeks, I will run out of leave and I won't be paid......so I will be back at work! A cruise does sound nice!

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Wow Melody, that’s real brave to be donating a kidney to someone. I wish you both the best and a speedy recovery.
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Mel...Will said go ahead and take FLMA and he will cover your salary for as long as you need to (which includes covering your recovery cruise cost)..see that's what friends are for ::..he does however require the doctor to form your scar in the shape of "W" ::
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Mel, You are the most amazing woman, God bless you for the wonderful thing you are doing.

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You know Mel, you and I have had our differences. Our rift over the Benson Hotel comes to mind.........

And yet, I've traveled all over the South. I've visited the great states of Missouri, Texas, Florida, Mississippi, and Louisiana. I've found everyone there to be very hospitable and pleasant.

And one evening, while strolling Bourbon Street, Mom and my family were accused of being "damn Yankees"........

It didn't seem to matter that the State of Oregon had never raised arms against any other state on this continent.

It didn't seem to matter that the State of Oregon came under Japanese naval gunfire during World War Two. It didn't seem to matter that the State of Oregon fired weapons in anger in defense of our state and our nation.

And so my mom, the damn Yankee…….

She worked at 18 as an Army heavy convoy driver during World War 2. Mom, at 5 feet tall, and 110 pounds, drove 2 ½ ton trucks on classified missions along the West Coast. After that, she punched rivets into aircraft for Boeing.

Somewhere along the line, she managed to graduate from high school.

That was quite an accomplishment for a young lady in the 1940’s. To graduate from high school.

As Mom came of age, the U.S. Navy’s battleships burned in Pearl Harbor, the Germans had overrun Poland, Western Europe was ablaze, and the United States was pulled into a war it wasn’t sure it was going to win.

Along with Hawaii in late 1941, the West Coast of the United States was under attack. For the first time in its history, the State of Oregon came under enemy attack. Several Japanese submarines shelled costal battery installations along the Oregon Coast.

The level of fear along the West Coast during the early 1940’s was palpable. U.S. citizens of Japanese ancestry were rounded up and interred in concentration camps in Washington. For the first time in its history, the State of Oregon fired weapons in anger. Battery Russell responded to Japanese attacks with 8� rifle fire.

Mom’s classmates were scared to death, but they were determined. And they took action. They didn’t have much to eat, but they grew potatoes. Potato soup sustained this nation for much of the 1940’s. And when Mom’s classmates went overseas, Mom went to war. Mom drove officers around as a driver in the Army motor pool at Fort Vancouver, and later, as all hell broke loose, drove 2 ½ ton trucks on classified missions, ferrying troops and materiel to the port of embarkation at Vancouver, Washington.

Mom and her family lived in constant fear of attack. She lived through convoys, blackouts, famines, recycling copper for the war effort, steel pennies, working 20-hour days punching rivets, Japanese shells landing on her farm, not knowing for sure that her nation would still be there tomorrow. She saw her high school classmates march off to war, oh so many of them coming back in body bags. In December, 1941, 20 years before I was born, no one was sure there was going to be a United States.

At the same time, Dad, stationed on United States Navy heavy cruiser, USS Chicago CA 29, departed Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, 5 December 1941, escorting aircraft carrier, USS Enterprise CV 6, ostensibly to deliver fighter aircraft to Wake Island. Five days later, USS Chicago CA 29, returned to United States territory, and entered Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii. As Dad stood on the gun deck of the Chicago, he witnessed a scene of utter destruction. Every ship floating was ablaze, and fuel oil covered the entrance and harborage of Pearl Harbor. The aircraft carrier USS Enterprise CV 6, and escort ships stayed at sea, and only the battleship USS North Carolina BB 55, and heavy cruiser USS Chicago CA 29, entered Pearl Harbor.

Leaving Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, USS Chicago CA 29 sailed south as flagship of Task Force 18, under Rear Admiral Giffen. In May, 1942, USS Chicago CA 29, participated in the Allied invasion of the Solomon Islands. 1 June 1942, anchored in Sydney Harbor, Sydney, Australia, USS Chicago CA 29, successfully defeated 3 Japanese submarines attempting to sink her at anchor in a neutral harbor. At 01:38 on 9 August 1942, off the coast of Savo Island, the United States Navy came under attack by Japanese heavy cruisers. Illuminated by Japanese star-burst shells, USS Chicago CA 29, fired in response, recording hits upon Japanese heavy cruiser Kako, killing 23, and wounding 21. At 01:47, USS Chicago CA 29, received two torpedo hits. The first severely damaged her bow, the second hit amidships but failed to detonate. After action at Savo Island, USS Chicago CA 29, returned to Sydney Harbor, Sydney, Australia to have a temporary bow installed. USS Chicago CA 29, departing Sydney Harbor, Sydney, Australia, arrived at Mare Island, San Francisco, California, United States, 19 October 1943. USS Chicago CA 29 received a new permanent bow, and a new fire-control radar system. In early January, 1943, USS Chicago CA 29 sailed again for the South Pacific. On the night of 29 January 1943, USS Chicago CA 29, engaged in the Battle of Rennell Island, fired her main battery in support of Allied landing operations. Simultaneously under attack from Japanese torpedo aircraft, USS Chicago CA 29 responded with anti-aircraft fire, and shot down several attacking Japanese aircraft, two of which, burning brightly, illuminated USS Chicago CA 29, providing light for further torpedo attacks. Early on the morning of 31 January 1943, Japanese aircraft launched torpedoes against USS Chicago CA 29, hitting her several times. USS Chicago CA 29, able to right herself, but barely able to maneuver, received a tow from her sister ship, heavy cruiser, USS Louisville CA 28. Later in the afternoon of January 31, 1943, Japanese torpedo planes fired at and hit USS Chicago CA 29 with 4 torpedoes, as she was under tow by USS Louisville CA 28. The first torpedo hit under her bridge, and put her forward main battery director out of action. The other three torpedoes hit farther aft, and flooded her engine room, rendering her immobile. In the twilight of 31 January 1943, Commanding Officer, USS Chicago CA 29, Ralph O. Davis, ordered all hands abandon ship. Dad, gun captain, turret #3, along with the crew under his command, abandoned USS Chicago CA 29. 20 minutes after Dad and crew abandoned ship, USS Chicago sank, going down stern first. Dad, along with his shipmates, floated along in shark-infested waters, for 45 minutes, until rescued by US Navy destroyer, USS Navajo.

Today, you’d never know it. Mom has trouble gripping a jar of jam, Dad walks with a cane. 60 years ago, these two, who didn’t know each other at the time, walked through the Valley of Hell, kicked ass, took names, and lived to tell about it.

And my mom was accused of being a “damn Yankee� as we strolled along Bourbon Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, April, 2001……….

And while I’m not sure history records my parents as damn Yankees, a citizen of Bourbon Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America, considers them so.

And while my parents may be damn Yankees to some, they are heros to me.

And so are you. Anyone who sacrifices for the welfare of someone else is a hero. There can be no greater gift, than the gift of life.

Some day I will again visit New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America. And if you are willing, you and I will hoist a beer together on Bourbon Street

In honor of heros……….

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Dean,

That was beautiful, and you have every right to be proud of your parents.

Don't take to seriously the Damn Yankee thing. I married one, and the first thing my grandmother said was, "couldn't you find a southern one?"

Mel,''

What you are doing is beyond the call of duty, and something most would not do. Please tell me the story about how this came about. I also wish you good luck in the coming months, as you do the the most honorable thing.

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HI Mel, I don't know you yet.... but just wanted to say I am praying for you and thank you for what you are doing. God bless and watch over you.
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Melody,

Wow! Talking about people that make a difference...you are at the top of my list. I have always heard there are angels among us. What a wonderful and brave thing for you to do for someone. I wish you both the very best and a speedy recovery. You should be on Oprah! I so look forward to meeting you on the Blog2NOLA cruise. Melody, take care and please keep us informed.


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That is a wonderful thing you are doing for your friend. I hope the kidney takes and your friend and have a full and rewarding life because of your gift.
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Dean, I apologize on behalf of all true Southern people who would never dream of insulting a guest! It would never happen with me! I would love to hoist a few with you whenever you are in town!

Luanne and everyone else....

I think all of you know I take care of an elderly couple on the weekend. I just love the job! I wish it was more lucrative...if it were, I would do it full time! The company just cannot come anywhere close to my regular salary! The weekend job feeds my soul! I've always felt God put me here to help my fellow man. That's why I work for the Department of Social Services and why I take care of my elderly couple.

Well, one weekend we went to dinner with a group of their neighbors. I met Ann there. She is a nurse anesthetist. We became close friends and I told her to let me know when they put her on the transplant list. Speed forward a year and we are at dinner again at Ruth's Chris Steakhouse and she tells everyone that she is on the list. I then volunteered my kidney. God put me there for that reason!

ANYWAY....THE HOSPITAL JUST CALLED....WE ARE A COMPLETE MATCH! I GO FOR MY WORKUP AFTER APRIL 1ST!

I'm sure anyone else would do the same!

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OMG Mel! You are THE Woman of the year! You are right, both of your steps were ordered. Evidently you are walking the path you are supposed to be on. I will get to see you right before your work up. I'll checking in here to get the scoop on you while we are away.
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Mel,
that is an amazing thing you are doing and your friend is a real lucky person to have you as a true friend. I am overwehlmed by your act of kindness.
I hope everything goes well for both of you.


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Captain there you are! So the rumors of your demise have been greatly exagerated! Been cruising without me again? :evil:
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What a wonderful story. If you need anything, I will be here for you.

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The transplant coordinator told me they would not call her, that it was my gift and I would be able to call her. So I called, she was completely dumbfounded and overjoyed! Now, I have to go for a workup to make sure this will do no harm to me! I think we will be fine! So look for me to be at Ochsner Hospital in New Orleans the middle of April.

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Well, I've been told I get great drugs...but I have to be up and walking THAT EVENING! Wonderful! I'll keep everyone posted!

By the way...I enjoy flowers, Godiva chocolates and Carnival Gift Cards as get well wishes! Now I expect to have mega pictures of the above items posted on the message board upon my return!

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Melanie...
Please know all of us will hold you both, close in our hearts. I expect nothing less than a cha cha with the iv holder down the corridor, post sugery:):) xoxoxox
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Mel, you are giving a priceless gift to your friend. What a miracle that both you and your good friend are a match. My prayers will be with both of you as you go through the surgery. Having lost a kidney, I know the surgery won't be fun, but you will do great! What an awesome gift to give someone a chance to live a normal and healthy life! All I can say is WOW!

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Wonderful news for your friend, and a gift from someone I would like to mett and give a big hug to. You will definitely be in our thoughts and prayers come that special day of giving.
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Melody, how wonderful! You know you will have lots of prayers and good thoughts from your friends here!

My DIL is waiting to hear from the hospital, regarding donating a kidney to her mother. Her mother is the one that I sent you a PM about, when you first mentioned this. The DNA is a match, and on Monday and Tuesday of this week, she went through all the required tests, to see if there were any other reasons that would prevent her from being a donor. She is expecting the surgery to be the first part of May. I'll keep you informed.
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Amazing and the height of compassion. What a gift.

I wonder if you know what the odds are of coming up with a complete match from someone who isn't a relative. I've got to believe it's a pretty "out there" number. Would be an interesting thing to find out. If you don't know I've got a friend who's a genetics counsellor and I bet she knows this stuff by heart.
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Mel, what a fantastic thing to do. Best of luck to you and the recipient.

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Melody, what a kind and generous gift for your friend! Good thoughts and prayers for you both! I will be an organ donor after I'm gone but it is nice to see the results of a donated organ while one is still alive.
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Mel, What a blessed thing you are doing for your friend. People like you are rare. I understand the pull towards jobs in social services. I love what I do with the developmentally disabled/mentally retarded.

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sooooo Mel...who is going to be a pain in the butt to Kuki while you are away ? what are all the 30 year old men in Baton Rouge going to do with you not on the dating circuit....
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