Life as a transplant patient....they say when we go bad it happens fast..... Yesterday am doing okay. Not great, feeling punky the last few days. But get a few errands done, come home and fix lunch for the boys and myself. Hardly finish lunch when my temp spikes to 102.3, shaking chills and vomiting. Big Boy drove me to the ED and called Honey who was at clinical for school. Honey got to the ED as they called me back, good timing cause I passed out trying to walk back there. BP was 80/40....apparently I was dehydrated. I sure thought I'd been drinking enough but guess not. Felt so much better after a liter of fluid! So, I bought myself a 2+ day hospital stay while they culture fluids and look for an infection. Don't really want to be here but that passing out really scared me. What if that had happened while I was home with my boys? They would have been so scared and they don't need to go through that. So, I'm being good and staying put! Hb, I was asking about the no waste feeders. Still haven't got mine made so I'd love pics. I haven't ordered a beef in so long I can't remember how much a half weighs, but it does take a lot of freezer space. Sometimes a quarter is best, financially and space wise. Our butcher just walks us through the different options for the cut and wrap....do you like steaks better than roasts, how thick, how many per pack, etc.