My special-education aide salary doesn't allow for much savings, and neither does my husband's job. The money will help cover my time off work, the life-long medications that I will be taking, and the expenses that insurance won't cover (both for dialysis and when I can eventually have the transplant). I have worked in special education for over 15 years and want to continue helping my students succeed.
In addition, if you are interested in being tested to be a match for a kidney donation, either check my Facebook page or go to http://livingdonordallas.org . I do not know exactly when dialysis will begin, but the doctors and I are hopeful that a living donor will be available soon. I am grateful for everyone in my life, and appreciate each and every one of you.
Every day is a blessing and I will continue to live each day to its fullest. Thank you for being a part of my life and for all of your support.
- Dan Skrezyna
- Jeremy Schmidt
- Joe Highfill
- Shawn Robb
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