I have a lot on my mind right now but first and foremost is the idea that I am celebrating 30 years with my mother in regard to the kidney she donated to me on March 12, 1988. Even though it has a kidney disease called Glomerulonephritis which was diagnosed in March 2016, I still have a decent kidney function that does not require dialysis at this time, I do feel pretty good and comfortable with how things are going at this time. It beats how scared I was at age 17 when I had found out how sick I really was. I have a great reason to celebrate today and I have done just that all day long. This has been a great day all day long as well, too.