Thursday, March 17, 2011

Hello again

I can’t believe I’m writing another post without a single picture in it, but I wanted to take a moment to tell you how completely overwhelmed I’ve been reading all your prayers and beautiful words of encouragement. It’s taken me a few days but I have read them all … all 4,400+ of them. Wow!!! I’ve smiled and cried and felt so lucky to have this blog that connects us all. Thank you.

While reading, I was moved by so many of you that share similar stories. And even more overwhelmed by offers to be tested to see if you could be a kidney donor for me. That is so amazing. I don’t even know how to process it yet. Asking that of anyone is something that does not come naturally to me. It’s very difficult to even accept that gift from my mom if she turns out to be able to donate. And hopefully she will. But your offers are so special and kind and generous of heart that I had to make sure you all knew that I did read them and whether or not I could ask that of anyone, I wanted you all to know how honored I am.

There were an overwhelming number of comments from people that know someone with kidney failure or on dialysis or with a transplant or even their second or third transplant. Too, too many. My love goes out to all of you and your family and friends as well. It’s a tough thing.

March is National Kidney Month and I believe April is National Donate Life Month. With everything going on with me lately, I find it hard not to mention that. Please take a minute to think about organ donation. So many people are on waiting lists and will be for a long time.

Okay, the good news is I came home from the hospital Tuesday night after 18 days. Finally. Yay! I’ll be on a different journey for a while, but one that I’ve been on before. Dialysis. I won’t go into all the details, but basically I will get four-hour treatments, three days a week. Kind of a bummer. But hopefully it won’t be for too long.

I also wanted to let you know that I still plan on posting as I go through everything. I want to keep things as close to normal as possible. It may not be on a schedule, but it will be when I can. And of course … cute.

P.S. – I want to say hi to all the first time commenters. Hi there! Big hugs. I’m so happy to hear from all of you.

And now I’m off to read 18 days of emails that I wasn’t able to check while I was in the hospital. Help.

P.S.S. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Crystal said...

Thank you for being such an inspiration to me. You are such a strong person. I am praying for you.

March 17, 2011 11:31 PM
Clare said...

I haven’t had a chance to hop on your site for a while now and was very sad to hear you are not well. Thinking of you and wishing you a speedy recovery. The ideas & recipes here are a little spot of sunshine every time I log on.
Much love from Sydney, Australia.

March 17, 2011 11:37 PM
Janet B said...

I’m so glad you’re home! It must feel good to be able to sleep in your own bed :)

March 17, 2011 11:38 PM
Charlene said...

Welcome home!! It’s always wonderful to be home:)! You’ve been in my thoughts and prayers and will continue to be. Take care of yourself.

March 17, 2011 11:53 PM
Rachel B. said...

So sorry to hear about this! I just came over today after thinking that I hadn’t seen anything from you in awhile. I will definitely be praying for you in this next stage of your life. I am so glad to hear you are out of the hospital though!

March 18, 2011 12:00 AM
Heather said...

Heard Ree was coming to see you. I’m sure that raised your spirits even more. Hopefully she cooked you something fantastic…like chocolate sheet cake. :)

(((((((Hugs to you))))))))

March 18, 2011 12:10 AM
becky said...

I love you Bakerella!!!!! You bring such joy to all of us in the blogging/baking world!! I will continue to pray for you and will wait expectantly for your new posts as they come. I want you to know that I am an organ donor, and always have been. :) xoxxoxoo

March 18, 2011 12:20 AM
Stacy said...

Wishing you the best! I hope that a kidney is found quickly. Good luck!

March 18, 2011 12:23 AM
TriGirl said...

So glad you’re home! That will hopefully make you feel at least 50 times better already! From visiting my friend there, I know dialysis sucks (quite literally) but i’m keeping you in my thoughts for a donor, your mom or otherwise, very soon!

March 18, 2011 12:23 AM
Mary said...

I found your blog just today and am amazed at all the delish things I found. I am sorry to hear about your kidneys, and I hope you are well very soon.
I think I may try to make your 14 layer cake. Whew, it looks amazing and omg I love cake.
Keep up the amazng blog.

March 18, 2011 12:26 AM
Melinda said...

I have not commented very often – maybe once when you had a give-away but I have lovingly followed your site when time permitted and I bought your book even though the only cake pops I have made have been in my head. LOL. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. My mom has dialysis twice a week and is not a candidate for a transplant due to her almost 8 year battle with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Be blessed and know that you are loved and prayed for by many. <3

March 18, 2011 12:30 AM
Frances said...


I’m so glad you’re doing better and I wish you all the best. I’m glad you’re still so peppy and making the best of everything; that’s one of the best things about your website: you’re optimism and excitedness about life and everything. All of your posts were always so cheerful, not to mention incredibly creative and adorable! You’re website always brightened my day and I hope that you can continue doing what you obviously really love!

Just keep swimming!

March 18, 2011 12:33 AM
Nicole Marie said...

Happy to hear you are home, hope you start feeling better soon.

Will keep praying for you.

Sending many hugs and hearts…

March 18, 2011 12:34 AM
Jeanee said...

Glad you’re home.

It’s amazing to me that others, like myself, shared kidney stories with you. What a crazy thing!

Wishing you to best!!!

March 18, 2011 12:45 AM
Sarah said...

Love to you. You brought tears to my eyes and chills through my body. I cannot imagine going through something like this at all, and especially not with such a sweet, positive attitude. Thank you for being you. You are such an inspiration, both in the kitchen and in life. Looking forward to many more wonderful *cute* posts.

Sarah in Utah

March 18, 2011 12:49 AM
Shea said...

Glad you are home. Praying for you to have a donor. Thank you so much for sharing your life and being an inspiration that allows us all to, “dream big” :)

March 18, 2011 01:04 AM
Anais said...

I recently found your site and have fallen in love. I have always loved baking but this sure really brought it back and with so much creativity and cuteness! I just read your post and really wish you the best. Things might get rough but always know you have a whole lotta fans cheering you on! Get well and come back stronger!!

March 18, 2011 01:21 AM
Jodi said...

I am not normally one to comment on blog sites. I am obsessed with what you do—and am envious of your extreme talent…but, I’ve never really been one to post, for whatever reason.

But, I feel compelled to tell you that I’ve thought about you a lot over the last three weeks. I’m deeply saddened by your situation and I am praying that you will come through this okay. I’m a baker who bakes most often when I am sad or frustrated because it makes me happy—and I have turned to your site for inspiration on many different occasions. And, although I have not mastered the art of cake pops—I am determined to not give up. :)

I hope that you will use your passion for baking as an outlet as well…and I pray that your treats bring joy to not only others…but, to yourself as well.

Be well. There are obviously thousands of people praying for you. That matters. And, it will help. I am sure of it.

March 18, 2011 01:31 AM
Lulu said...

I just saw Ree mention you were ill so I came here to check. Wow, I’m so sorry to be late in wishing you well. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. God’s blessings and please let your mom know that I’m sending our best too. I will certainly let Kaye know as I’m sure she would like to wish you well too.
~ from both of us at Clout & About.

March 18, 2011 01:32 AM
Kristen said...

I am so glad to hear you are back home!!! You are in my thoughts and prayers daily and I just know that God is holding you right now through all of this. You have given so many people inspiration and true joy through your blog and book and I hate that we can’t just make this go away with a snap of the fingers. Thanks for keeping us all posted!!!! We LOVE you!!!!

March 18, 2011 01:40 AM
Joanne Kennedy said...

Well please add me to the list of people who would be more then happy to give you one of my kidneys if you need it. I almost gave another blogger friend one of mine to her daughter but just as I was ready to get tested they found one of her neighbors was a match. Since he was much closer to her they went with him.

I have always wanted to be a donor. I think it would be such an honor. So please, ask me.

I’m happy you are finally home. Please do not over do it and rest as much as you can.

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

March 18, 2011 01:50 AM
Roda said...

Home sweet home! Please take care and remember that everyday is a new day…and things get better! My thoughts & prayers are with you…

March 18, 2011 03:05 AM
Glory/ Glorious Treats said...

So glad to hear another update. I’ve been thinking of you, praying for you, and worried for you (is that weird since I don’t “know” you?). Well, I feel like I do in some small way, since I have been following you on this blog since Feb. 2008.

The one thing I’ve been really wondering is why would a person your age have a “bad” kidney? Is this something you were born with?

Sending lots of love and positive thoughts your way. Rest for now. Bake when you can… we’ll be waiting. =)

March 18, 2011 03:08 AM
Loes said...

First of all: get well soon. I am glad to hear you are home again.
Second: I was walking in a bookstore here in Belgium yesterday, checking out all the culinary stuff whe all of a sudden… I saw your cake pop book! Here! In Belgium! I was very very surprised.
I added it to my wish-list for my birthday :)
Keep up the good work!

March 18, 2011 03:16 AM
Debbie Pamment said...

WELCOME HOME!!!! Even with having to go through the dialysis regularly I know it must be great for you to be in your own space! Still holding you close to my heart!
BTW – was trying to figure out how to make “cute kidney pops” – LOL. This is such a serious issue and it’s great to make people aware!!!
Lotsaluv from Australia

March 18, 2011 03:27 AM
morgana said...

Oh, B. What a good new to know that you are again at home !!!

Home is always better, no matter if you have to go to the hospital again 3 days a week for dialisis.

I pray for a new kidney for yoy. Since as fas away as Spain, you know you have a lot of fans, and we all wish you the best.


March 18, 2011 03:37 AM
Suwanna said...

i’m so happy to hear that you’re finally home! Good luck with everything :)

March 18, 2011 03:43 AM
Es said...

Good to read that you are home and feeling better! I hope you won’t be long on dialysis.

Best wishes from Holland!

March 18, 2011 03:44 AM
Anne said...

Glad to hear you were feeling good enough to be sent home. There’s nothing like being home. It’s the comfort of our family that just make you feel better & of course our own bed!
Love reading your blog & trying your recipes…

March 18, 2011 03:46 AM
Magdalena Vargas said...

Glad that you are home & that you are feeling a bit better : ) Sending BIG hugs and many HAPPY thoughts your way : )

March 18, 2011 04:00 AM
Sweet said...

It is nice to have you home and I hope you get some normality :) best wishes

March 18, 2011 04:06 AM
Mon said...

I wish I could help you with all those e-mails. I’ve been lighting two candles to the Virgin of Guadalupes every day, one for you and one for my aunt who is very ill. I hope that you recover soon! ;)

March 18, 2011 04:19 AM
cecily said...

i’m so happy that your home, being stuck in a hospital for a long period of time is very hard. i was staying at the children’s hospital for 9 months while my daughter recovered from her illness. i will be sending u prayers for good news and good health.

And i wanted to say that i won my family’s first cupcake wars!! we are having another one and it’s gonna be cake pops!!!

PS. i made your peanut butter cake but in cupcake form and they were a HIT!! can’t wait for the new ideas!


March 18, 2011 04:23 AM
flavia Soares said...

I just met you and your site 2 days ago. And guess what ? fell in love. I can feel the passion and love when I read. I also have health issues, and that is the secret for you to be such a special and happy person. do you have any idea on how you motivate people?you are a winner! so dont be surprise to receive this love back. people will love be a donor for you! dont worry a bit .God is with you. From Flavia Brazil/USA

March 18, 2011 04:58 AM
Aimee said...

I only just found your site the other week, was happy buzzing around looking at all the delightful things!

Have put a link up under my “Distractions” header on my wee bloggy :D i have been coming back quite a bit! You inspire me to continue what i am starting.

I wish you the best of luck since i’m not a religious and do not pray. I hope you become well again, and find time enough to be able to put some of your cute pics up.

Peace <3

March 18, 2011 05:13 AM
B said...

So glad you’re able to be at home – so much nicer than being at hospital. I’ll keep praying for you and that you know God and His strength through this and also for it all to be sorted soon.

March 18, 2011 05:44 AM
Lisa said...

So good to hear from you and glad you are home! Continuing prayers and good wishes for you. Hugs & love to you!!

March 18, 2011 06:11 AM
carmen said...

So good to have you back home!
We are rooting for you sweetie!
Have the best Friday ever and a lovely weekend!
Lots of hugs from accross the ocean!

March 18, 2011 06:36 AM
Arwa said...

Thanks god , I’m so happy to hear that you get home .
Big ( hug )!! Love you ,


March 18, 2011 06:48 AM
Leanna said...

You are special to many people. Cooking and baking are a means to show and give love ,and you have provided us the means to honor that gift. You will be back soon to continue, I am sure. I bet you spent some time in the hospital designing new little pops. I am a cancer survivor, and while times will be tough for you know that many, many are praying for you. Worked for me.

March 18, 2011 07:12 AM
Jessica said...

I am happy to hear that you are at home! Thoughts and prayers continue your way!

March 18, 2011 07:18 AM
Kayla Chesterfield said...

That is good news, you have to keep on going and being cute <3

March 18, 2011 07:19 AM
Andrea said...

So glad that you are home! Thank you for such a lovely post. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I hope a donor will be found quickly and that you will be on your way to recovery soon!


March 18, 2011 07:24 AM
Genell said...

It’s good to hear that you’ve finally gotten to go home. I don’t usually post comments but just wanted you to know that you are an inspiring woman. Continue to get well.

March 18, 2011 07:24 AM
LaJuana said...

Thanks for taking the time to update us, I know people around the world are keeping you in their thoughts and prayers.

Something seems to be wrong with the donation link on the National Kidney Month site, I hope it’s because it’s overwhelmed with so many people going threre thru your link. The link works, it’s only after initiating the donation that the error comes up, repeatedly….but I’m betting there’s more than one place out there to make a donation so I’m off to find it! Best to you always Angie!

March 18, 2011 07:31 AM
Cait said...

You’ve inspired me to actually get up and do something I’ve been considering for a while. I’m already registered as an organ donor and donate blood regularly. Now I’ve joined a living donor registry as well. It struck me that if, after reading about your kidney troubles, I was willing to go out and get tested, that I shouldn’t stop myself just because you have a possibility. I wish I could do more to help, but that’s probably why I chose a career in nursing. I rock the minimum pain I.V. insertion!

This means, of course, that my O negative organs and I are now on a list and willing to rush out your way if need be :)

March 18, 2011 07:35 AM
artemisiadreams said...

Dear Bakerella,

Please know that we all are on this journey together with you. Inspired by you, I am off today to bring my Boston Cream Cupcakes to my 94 year old aunt for her birthday. You have no idea as to how universally you have spread your joy. It has been paid forward in great abundance; and the tide of kindness and good karma is surely on its way back to you.

March 18, 2011 07:36 AM
Milena Daly said...

I’m truly happy that u r home and feeling better!!! I’m sending positive thoughts to you!! You are such a inspiration to a lot of people, including myself!!! Feel better soon ;)

March 18, 2011 07:37 AM
Liz in Greece said...

So good to see you back!

March 18, 2011 08:05 AM
Margie said...


March 18, 2011 08:14 AM
Amanda Q said...

So glad you’re home again! We’ll keep the prayers comin’ your way.

March 18, 2011 08:26 AM
Kim said...

Bakerella, I just started reading your blog recently and first I must say, I am absolutely in love with all of your recipes and goodies. They look fab and I can’t wait to try out some of them, especially the Valentine lip pops!

Second, I must say you are one brave woman. You are going through something incredibly difficult, yet remaining ultra positive and sincere. It gives hope to those of us who have trouble dealing with hard times. I don’t know much about the kidneys, but I do know that I will pray for you and wish you nothing but good thoughts!!!!!

March 18, 2011 08:29 AM
Erin said...

So Glad to hear you are home safely! You are an amazing woman and have a lovely positive attitude! Thanks for sharing it with the rest of it. Best Wishes!!!

March 18, 2011 08:31 AM
Ivette said...

Im so happy that you are home now thats the first great step to a fast recovery, when I hear about your case i thought about my brother who has a kidney transplant and the donator was his daughter and Thanks God they both are in perfect health and my niece recently have her first baby and its a beautiful girl.. so miracles exist all days around us.. keep positive and dont loose your faith, the donator would come pretty soon. My priest for you and God bless you with good health and happiness. And happy St Patricks day to you also .

March 18, 2011 08:34 AM
Shannon said...

You are so amazing and positive! Good luck on this scary journey – you have thousands of people here to support you! :)

March 18, 2011 08:42 AM
melissa @IWasBornToCook said...

Wishing you all the best. Dialysis is not fun. I really hope your mom turns out to be a match. Medicine has improved tremendously since my dad’s first transplant – it’s easier to make matches now, plus the surgery is SO much easier on the donor and recipient! Hugs.

March 18, 2011 08:50 AM
Brenda said...

I understand what you’re going through, sort of. My husband has been on dialysis for eleven years. I pray for your health. I pray you receive a transplant.

March 18, 2011 08:52 AM
Jennifer V. said...

I’m SO, SO happy to hear you’re home! Continued prayers as you take this long and overwhelming journey. Thank you for everything you do! Lots of love and good vibes coming your way.

March 18, 2011 08:56 AM
reelmomof4 said...

Hey Bakerella :) Most definitely prayers and hugs to you!! Loved hearing of you first on Pioneer Woman’s site and seeing your book! Blessings to you as you go down this road again. Our close friends have a 6 year old daughter that is in the kindey transplant process right now so we have a little idea of what you are going through. God bless you and make His face shine upon you!!

March 18, 2011 09:04 AM
shanin said...

Praying for you. Thank you for not only sharing your talent and eye for beauty but your real life too. I appreciate you.

March 18, 2011 09:05 AM
Kristi Delp said...

So glad you are home! Praying for you!

March 18, 2011 09:06 AM
LAGARD said...

Je suis en France et je ne connais pas trop l’impact que vous avez là-haut, mais ici, en France, je parlè de vous à toutes mes amis qui sont fascinées par votre travail et votre combat…
Je vous souhaite tout le courage possible pour ce combat à mener !
À très vite dans de nouveaux post j’espère !

March 18, 2011 09:20 AM
Marie @ Chocolate and Wine said...

Yay for going home! If you didn’t live so far away from me (up in Boston!), I’d make you cupcakes or cookie dough pops and deliver them to you! I hope you can get right back to where you were. You are truly an inspiration and we are all rootin for you!

<3 Marie
Chocolate & Wine

March 18, 2011 09:24 AM
Lori Allberry said...

And big hugs right back to ya!!!!!



March 18, 2011 09:25 AM
Connie said...

So happy to hear the good news, and I hope it keeps getting better!

I changed my license to ORGAN DONOR…

March 18, 2011 09:27 AM
Alice said...

I’m so glad you are home now. You have such a positive outllook, which will surely help you through this joruney. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

March 18, 2011 09:42 AM
Tricia @ Saving room for dessert said...

So glad you are home! I hope the treatments go great and the testing swift. You don’t know me but I feel like I know you a little bit. I am thinking about you and praying for a quick full recovery. I was telling my husband about you and your cake pops. He thought they sounded terrific. He is a super taste tester of my recipes and never complains. Hang in there – we all love ya!

March 18, 2011 09:49 AM
Gia said...

I am so glad to hear that you are out of the hospital. I was thinking about you yesterday and was hoping that you were feeling better. Sending hugs your way as you start dialysis. I hope your treatment goes smoothly and quickly.

March 18, 2011 09:57 AM
LaToya said...

Glad to hear that your home!! Sending you and your family prayers and lots of positive energy!

March 18, 2011 10:05 AM
Missie said...

So glad to hear that you are home from the hospital. Keep your positive outlook through the next part of your journey, and we will keep you in our prayers for your continued recovery.

March 18, 2011 10:09 AM
Vanita Ganesh said...

Take good care!

March 18, 2011 10:11 AM
Carla kalluf said...

Hi , I’m from Brazil and I love your blog. I even bought your book beyond Amazon and I already received…gorgeous!!!
I’m glad that you are home…my best wishes for you!!!

March 18, 2011 10:18 AM
Megan H said...

So glad to hear you are home!! Hugs and prayers continue to go your way, continue to be strong and hopefully you won’t have to wait too long for your transplant!

March 18, 2011 10:18 AM
Linda said...

So glad you are home and so positive. Will continue to remember you in my prayers and send love your way.

March 18, 2011 10:19 AM
Hailey said...

I am thrilled to hear you’ve come home. There is so much comfort about being in one’s own space.
My thoughts are with you and wishing you a speedy recovery.
Hopefully you find a match soon and can put this all behind you.
There is so much cute to look forward to.

March 18, 2011 10:19 AM
Michelle said...

I am so happy to hear that you are out of hospital. You are a strong person and this will only make you stronger.
I wish you the very very best wishes with the next stage and send you love and prayers for a comfortable and speedy recovery.
Take good care and lots of love xxxxxx

March 18, 2011 10:25 AM
Nanci said...

So glad to hear you are home again and feeling better. Techonology is a wonderful thing when it brings virtual friends together and gathers needed prayers on your behalf. I have also seen the cake pops at Starbucks and think of you each time although have managed so far to avoid them. Hugs and prayers continue and so glad to see you back.

March 18, 2011 10:25 AM
Megan said...

Glad that you are out of the hospital! I pray that your mom is a donor for you or that you will receive a kidney soon. My uncle currently needs a transplant and my parents and I have been talking about one of us becoming a donor. Good luck with everything. Best of wishes!

March 18, 2011 10:25 AM
Keshet Shenkar said...

So glad you’re home from the hospital! I’ve never commented here before, but I wanted you to know I’m thinking of you! I’m planning on making your Cake Pops for the first time today, and will be thinking about you while I make them:)

March 18, 2011 10:32 AM
Bonnie said...


Sending you warm wishes and prayers for this next step of this journey that for some unexplained reason, you have been sent on. You have brought so much joy and happiness to so, so many and even though I have not met you in person, I can always feel your incredible warmth and glowing personality through your posts and pictures. I look forward to your next post in which you proclaim that all is well and that this is behind you. Will be thinking good thoughts for you daily.

March 18, 2011 10:35 AM
Leana said...

Glad to hear you are able to come home. I hope everything works out for you. Stay positive and take good care of yourself.

March 18, 2011 10:37 AM
Carol Adams said...

I’m so happy to hear that you are out of the hospital.
Firstly I want to mention that I’m an RN of 30 + years and also a patient with several auto immune diseases. For this I have to take an immuno suppressant and steroids and have been on very high dose IV steroids about 5 times over the past 8 yrs.
I don’t want you to take this wrong but after being on steroids and Cellcept, I have your cheeks now, but have to say that they look so much better on you, my dear. You have always looked mahvelous!!
I used to care for heart transplant patients and understand a little of what a transplant entails. Wow, pretty amazing!
I am sending you my best wishes, prayers and hopes for the journey you are on. With your upbeat attitude you will do well!
You take care and know that a nurse in Indiana is sending you love and prayers!

March 18, 2011 10:37 AM
Anonymous said...

You have just been through so much. Kudos to you for trying to stay positive when things are tough. I hope your Mom is a match for you. I love your work and I just recently made my first set of cake balls! :) Hang in there…prayers for you!

March 18, 2011 10:44 AM
Trisha said...

Bakerella – in honor of you and National Kidney Month I will be adorning my mini cupcakes with fondant shaped kidney beans and ureters this weekend!!! Everyone has a story here is mine – I came to know you by way of my own medical conundrum – I started chemo for my brain tumor last fall after several years of stable scans. I was depressed (ya no duh!) and needed a diversion. On a whim I bought a cake decorating kit (it was either that or start some serous meeds :). Having no clue I turned to the internet and found YOUR SITE and fell in love and bought your book. Your site turned me to so many wonderful things and installed such JOY and HAPPINESS were it was dwindling. I will continue to pray for a safe journey for you. Thank you so much.

March 18, 2011 10:45 AM
Judy (bakerwannabe) said...

Thank goodness you are home. You started the cakepop revolution and need to keep things going. Get better soon.

March 18, 2011 10:45 AM
reagan said...

Glad to hear that you are home. I will continue to keep you and your family in my prayers. My sister and I made cake balls last weekend and shared your story with her.

March 18, 2011 10:51 AM
Blanca said...

Im so happy to hear your at home….You and your family are still in my prayers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! =0)

March 18, 2011 10:59 AM
Casey said...


I am a new reader and already love your blog, and I just want you to know I’m praying for you. This is such an inspiring post and you have a beautiful positive attitude. I know this can’t be easy, but you’re taking it with grace and a great spirit. I will be thinking about you!

March 18, 2011 11:03 AM
Margaret said...

Wishing you the best.
Hang in there.

March 18, 2011 11:16 AM
Hey Nana said...

Offering up prayers for you Bakerella.

March 18, 2011 11:19 AM
Els said...

the offer stands… if you need to do a chain for a transplant let me know. really. glad you are home. And our prayers will continue with all the others… :)

March 18, 2011 11:22 AM
Nani said...

I’m so happy your going home!!
Stay possitive, you are on my prayers, you are a strong woman, i know God will help you…
I wish you the best!!

March 18, 2011 11:26 AM
Cathy said...

I can bet it’s a relief to be back home! I’m happy you’re feeling better, and while the road ahead is long, you have lots of people here that are praying for you! (myself included) :o)

Good luck!!

March 18, 2011 11:26 AM
Stephanie DeBolt said...

Prayers and peace to you as you begin your wait and the treatments that will sustain you.
May God bless you every day with a smile, many laughs and the knowledge that you are loved deeply.

March 18, 2011 11:26 AM
Crystal said...

I wish you the best on getting a donor. If you ever need a laugh from sick humor or uplifting stories check out Great site for invisible illnesses, it has helped me a lot over the years. There is even a forum section if you just have to vent but don’t want to take it out on family and friends.

March 18, 2011 11:29 AM
Michelle said...

Angie, I am not kidding when I say one of the best days of my life was when I found your blog and saw the limitless possibilities in baking. Baking is my passion and it has never ceased to amaze me the ideas you come up with. Just when I think I have seen it all…HERE YOU COME with something new and over the top. You have been blessed so much with a creativity that I have never seen before. You are in my prayers, Bakerella. You are touching so many lives and we are all praying for you. May God richly bless you and give you all you need to get through this period of your life. It is amazing that I have never met you but I feel we have know each other forever. I am praying for you, ANgie.
Love ya…Michelle :-)

March 18, 2011 11:32 AM
Christine said...

Yay on being home!! Yuck to dialysis but it has to be done…great way to catch up on reading :-))

I just renewed my driver’s license and became an organ donor…don’t need it where ever I’m off to in my next life ;-)

Be well!

March 18, 2011 11:32 AM
Candi Elm said...

Sometimes the road takes us on a different journey than we had planned. But that is not a bad thing. Its just different. When we look back we see why this happened but as were going through it we are blessed with people in our lives that write and keep you in their prayers. I wish you a speedy recovery and one that blesses you in this journey.

March 18, 2011 11:32 AM
Laura P. said...

Great to hear you are able to rest at home! Your presence is missed, but like always, I will look forward to your next post whenever it is. Sending lots of love and prayers :)

March 18, 2011 11:39 AM
Mimi said...

Happy to hear that you are out of the hospital. Praying for your continuing recovery.

March 18, 2011 11:39 AM
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