Sunday, June 13, 2010

The journey of a thousand miles...

...begins with a single step.

I did want to put pics on here from yesterday but in truth I have just not had the time nor energy.

This morning we did the shopping. Mum has a couple of cakes to make so we needed to get the stuff for that and of course easy cook food for my dad.

He was asked what he wanted us to get in. His reply, party food. Ha. Apprently when people go away and leave one person in the house alone you have to have a party. (shows he is my dad and where I used to get it from). Didn't know who he is inviting to the party but everytime we went to open anything we got told off as it was for his party.

After a late dinner I was sat on my bed doing something and the exhaustion just over came me. I thought I might as well have a nap as I will be more productive afterwards when not feeling so tired.

Of course mum had a go at me for sleeping when their are things to do. I don't think she actully knows how true exhaustion feels. Then said if o can plan on staying on London for a week then I must be well enough to do things without getting tired.

There was a delivery of a load of my trach stuff while I was in my sisters so of course I also got told off for havin medical stuff everywhere as she is fed up of looking at it. Hmm maybe she should try living in my bedroom for a while or in my hospital room for a couple of months. Meh.

But I shouldn't be too harsh. She has dine a load of my washing for me.

So anyway, it finally feels like I am about to move forward on this journey of a thousand miles. Tomorrow morning I leave for London. Monday I will be going down for a scope and hopefully desicsions about where to go from here will be made. So fingers crossed. It's exciting and scary at the same time.

I don't know how I will react if there is nothing more they can do. Supposse I will whine about it for a while and eventually come around and find a new plan. We shall see.

Once I am discharged I am staying with a friend down there for a week so that should be fun. Updates will probably be more spordric than normal ha.

And I just want to say thanks to everyone for all the support the last couple of months.

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