Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Today was a long long day.

And I'm not feeling 100% so spent a lot of the day nodding off in the transplant clinic, and hiding behind a book as didnt want to give anyone anything of what i have. I'm not sick sick, but just not feeling right. But that could be because Serena has been unsettled for 3 evenings now with a low level fever and cough, and keeps climbing into bed with me in the night for cuddles awww.

The day was long. It started off badly when traffic near the M25/M10 near st albans almost ground to a halt. I knew then it was going to be a long journey. We started driving to harefield before 9am, after dropping the children off at school and Nanny's house. We got to harefield after 10.30am. Its normally a 45 minute journey. Peters bloods didnt get taken till after 12. Then he had an ECG and was told to go to lunch. after lunch he had an echocardiograme, but then the doctors went ion their lunch, so we went back to the pavillions for a drink. Peter saw the doctors and we finally got home as the children were having their tea. The miserable weather didnt help today either. And i dont like how early it gets dark (god i'm a misery old woman today lol). Bring back summer and light evenings. At least then the day doesnt seem over befor its begun.

Good news was peter didnt need a biopsy today.

Bad news? There isnt any.



The Life of a Paed Heart Transplant Recipient said...

Really pleased that Peter didn't need a biopsy today. Sorry your not feeling too great at the moment Sarah - kids hey!

All our love

Bev xx

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Single Parent Dad said...

Glad to make your virtual acquaintance. As it happens I have an interest in matters of the heart. My lovely Wife, Samantha, had Aortic Stenonsis, which required heart valve replacement two months after Max was born. That was no walk in the park, so you and yours have my great sympathies for your on-going plight and experiences.