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The is 24 hours worth of medication for Nolan. Before surgery there were only half of those syringes.

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Post surgery Nolan’s heart function is down and we started 2 new heart failure medications this past week in the hospital. One he takes 2 times a day and the other he takes 3 times a day.

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10 syringes, 6 different medications, 10 times a day. He hates them all, and I don’t blame him.

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I am thankful for each one of these syringes. They are keeping him strong. They are helping him fight. However, we long for the days he can stop some but hopefully all of them.

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This picture is our reality. It is Nolan’s day to day routine. It is all we have ever known, and we are thankful he will never remember these hard days.

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Wow! You are right - this is Nolan’s and you and Joel’s reality. With every injection, you are also giving Nolan your love, strength, prayers, faith, courage, and hope - the combination is stronger than any of his current challenges! I have such love and respect for you and your courage! Leah

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