|Walled garden, Chewton Glen|
On Wednesday Papworth phoned and gave me a date in March for going back in hospital, I seem to be on the phone to them every few days at the moment with one thing or another and between the the two teams.
I also had to spend a bit of time chasing up the Lister Hospital about the scan I need for my ear, so far they have ignored and failed to respond to the two letters Papworth Hospital have sent them and my first phone call chasing them up. In the end I found out they were simply just ignoring them until I had had my next appointment with the consultant. Now I had specifically been told to cancel this, as I couldn't get my scan in time for it and had rearranged it for April so they could manage to sort the scan out before I went back. So you can imagine my frustration. They have now agreed to do a CT scan instead, which I'm very relieved and pleased about and they have promised it will be done before I am admitted back into Papworth in March. So fingers crossed that that will be sorted out very soon.
|The spare yellow sharp bins make good storage boxes!|
|Typical months delivery|
I suppose you could call me a firm, well seasoned and hardened drug addict now!
We were recently in the local Stevenage Comet newspaper and I couldn't get an online link to our piece so here's a piccy.
We also managed to be in the Welwyn Hatfield Times again this week, as they did a follow up article about the record number of people who had signed up to become organ donors since the ITV 'From the Heart' week. It was great to just keep the story going and hopefully may prompt a few more people to sign up to be organ donors.
It is now 528 days that I have been waiting for my transplant, the last 28 days have been hectic, but during that last month of February 84 people will have died while waiting for their transplant and while I have been waiting 1584 will have lost their lives. So if you haven't already, please use the link below and sign up.