Iain "the Beast"

As Iain walked by yesterday with his two chest tubes and no walker, one of the cardiology fellows, Manish, mentioned that Iain was a beast and he should be set up as an example to other patients to what they can achieve.  I have to admit, it has been easier to share his advances.  What I do not share are all the daily things he deals so stoically.  This week he has a lot of nausea.  He does not complain about it or anything else, he just deals with it.  But I can see it is miserable.  Nevertheless he pushes on and rarely takes a break from his daily routine (well apart from the algebra).


  • Beth A. Coleman

    So good to see you upright and walking Iain boy!! So very, very proud of you!! Beth

  • Jaime Ramirez-S

    Thanks Seema for sharing all the happenings. By seeiing Iain's progress, all I can do now is smile :o)

  • Karl Pendergast

    I once saw Dave Kingman hit a home run so far out of Wrigley that it landed on the porch of the house three yards past Waveland on N. Kenmore. I think the ball broke their front window. I thought that was the definition of crushing it, but you are making Kingman look like a little school girl. We love you, E. Keep it up.

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