New day

Refreshing to know I dont have to get up at the crack of dawn  fight the traffic to the marsden. I ca get a small but welcome lay in. Even louis is relaxed  knowing mummy and daddy will not be leaving him all day.

Bit of an odd day. Up and out early a couple travelling to Marsde. I dropped off Mavis and I  hunted for a parking space and had to walk back to find her in rain. WE met in waiting area after I had bought 2 hot chocholates. we sat waiting for a while nodding. When nella  sister came in carrying  the folder. Se said I am sorry to tell you that you dont have an appointment today  follow me so she checked to confirm we didnt need to be here. After sorting next appointment. We discover that our previous  appointments involved every week either 5 days or  1 or 2 days depends. Now we only have to come once in 3 weeks for a week. only special days are extra. A result. So we ran out and headed home.

But due to an unknown error my  wordpress crashed and reported I do not have a wordpress account. Its taken me nearly 2 hrs now re loading googleing asking support team logging out logging in I have finally got it back. Computers a pain in the rear, but we need the stupid things.


Well its the last day this week for our journeys to Marsden. Its been a hard few days because we  have got up early  to get to Marsden dashed back home to get ready for  dinners out yesterday it was  MesoUK Dinner. we got home at midnight then up early for the 4 hr 150 mile drive. You wonder why I am permantly shattered.

But we have3 days off before we start again.

Home Again.

A very nice few days away .2 days in chester where Mavis was Honoured with an award for her devotion to safety by BSiF. Once we were treated like royalty. I can only sit and admire what she does I made a new great friend Paul I wish we lived closer.

Next we moved on to London for the Erasemeso Ball,what an evening it was,gret meeting old friends again. But respect to Paul and Gill for what they achieved  .

Next it was up early and home ready to pick up Louis. We are all together again. Next outing  is for MUK later in the week. but first starting in the morning is 5 days punishing days at the Royal Marsden for Maves treatment, Which means after my duty`s I will sleep most of the week. So its early night ready for our early 5 am stat to battle M2 M26 M25 and inbetweens.

Our First Event as Dr,s

Yesterday we attended our first engagement as Alumni. But I nearly ruined it.

After  the hr long lecture we headed off for drinks before the dinner. We met more people . But no seats it was a standing only affair. After about half an hr The babble and standing just got to me. I remember looking at the floor it was slowly spinning I felt flushed and sick. Instead of getting better the spinning was faster vision was now minimal . I needed help but could not ask for it. Next thing I know mavis said they had  rushed and found me a chair. Mavis said  they were taking my pulse and giving me water,none of which I was aware of. It would seem I passed out. But slowly things got better offers of medical help were  not needed. Both Mavis and I were escorted to the dinning hall and seated. The outside walk in fresh air helped . I dont know what happened . But slowly I improved. we got home close to midnight. After  a lay in and a walk with louis I have slept  all day on and off all day. I wont mention the drive home.

Another week at the Marsden over.

My god its hard going. up at 5 out at 6 Battle the M2 M20 M26 and M25 for 2 hrs. get an injection and turn around and fight that lot again to get home. I am shattered  and after a cuppa I close my eyes and a bomb wont wake me  5 days in a row at the end I am like a Zombee. a couple of days break  and off again then a break and off again then back to 5 days a week. I cant imagine me still doing this at 84 .

Monthly Meeting.

Another fruitful  meeting,we really do have a good team. We arived at 12.30 and departed at 2.30. Some delays at victoria. so we took  another  train but we had to change it went round the loop so  it took longer. Then sit and wait  at chatham  we got home at 6.15. Long ole day.