In the video out with Les Miles mic'd, at one point Brosette comes to Moles and puts his arm on his shoulder. That made me smile so big. Now reading this article and seeing him describe Coach as a Dad. Wow. Thanks for sharing he article.
Since posting this topic, I have been spending a lot of time visiting with him. I've watched him go from barely being able to walk, to now being active and feeling "normal" again. I use quotes because he is taking a lot of medication. 15 pills when he wake up to start each day, for instance.... He's in stage five kidney failure at this point, which is the "end stage". Don't even want to think about what that truly means. But he has a lot of positives on his favor right now. Once a person is at that stage, they generally must have dialysis to live. With routine dialysis, they can live quite a long time. Well.... His doctor has deemed him his best patient. Why? Because even though the list of what he can eat and drink is mind numbingly short, he has maintained a positive attitude and stuck to it. Because of this, he has been able to avoid the need for dialysis for the time being. Right now in fact he doesn't even have to see the kidney doctor for three months. His diabetes and high blood pressure are both in check now via medicine and diet. All of this means he is now an optimal candidate for a kidney transplant. It's very much possible he could get a transplant before ever needing dialysis. One can only hope and pray. So..... lots of positives indeed! His doctors told him a couple weeks ago to enjoy his life and live it as he normally would. So.... we are going fishing tomorrow! Yes, he was cleared by his doctors to go!!! I can't wait for morning!!!
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