My journey began in the fall of 2014, I was diagnosed with hemochromotosis. This is a genetic disorder where your body stores too much iron and without monthly phlebotomy, the iron builds up and can damage your organs. In my case it happened to be my liver. To make a very long story short ( too late), I received a liver transplant in the summer of 2015. God has blessed me beyond measure. Today, I’m healthy, active, working and just plain grateful to be alive.