The Organ Transplant Blog Reopens Its Doors

After putting the Angel Cove Transplant Blog into hibernation mode, I ended up receiving a flood of emails from avid supporters of the blog and cause. Although some emails just expressed their acknowledgment of the blog’s status and well wishes, there were a few that were begging me to keep it up and running. Some people volunteered their time to guest blog while others asked if they could pledge money to keep it up and running.

The outpouring of support and love was amazing. It seems that our analytical blog traffic reports were wrong – we do have a lot of people that read this blog and impact more than we ever knew.

Even though I am not sure which path this blog will take, I have decided to take the blog out of hibernation mode and begin to plan out a course of action.

It seems that people want to know more about what it is like not only survive a double lung transplant after being born with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) but also how people live their lives with their new organ transplant. I was concerned not to take this blog to a more personal level but it seems that since that is the way the blog started, that is the way the blog should continue.

So, yes, the Angel Cove Transplant Blog is reopening its doors effective immediately.

Welcome to back to our world of organ donation awareness and please feel free to leave a comment about what you would like to see from my keyboard.

God bless!

After her husband received a double-lung (bilateral) transplant in 2004, Shannon founded the Angel Cove Organ Donation Awareness Shop, which provides awareness t-shirts and gifts products for transplant recipients, living organ donors and donor families - giving 100% of the profits to help heart and lung transplant recipients with medical costs. Shannon lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her wonderful husband and two chocolate Labrador Retrievers.

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