The 19th of October.
Tired. Need to catch up on the sleep I missed yesterday morning, but that won’t happen tonight because I’m at The Glee so will be back late, then up early for a 9am lung function test tomorrow. Yay about The Glee, not so much the hospital trip.
This morning I wrote about yesterday because I was too tired by the time I could’ve done any writing last night. That took a surprisingly long time, and when I was done, lunchtime was pretty much upon us.
I went to the gym this afternoon, where I saw very few familiar faces. No one I am irritated by, just the girl with the phenomenal body and a man who I see semi-regularly but is not interesting enough to have a nickname. I did about 85% of my usual routine because, a) I couldn’t really be bothered to do it all and b) I wanted to have a reasonable amount of time at home before going out again.
When I got home, I made a tiny coffee, and rang the lady who had reserved Ava and Amira to make sure she still wanted them. She does, so that’s excellent, and we just need to find homes for Amy and Archie!
The 20th of October.
Oh the gig last night was most fun. I met lots of nice people including two girls who let me join their table of wine-drinking, and the guy I was sat next to was excellent company too (and also works with Andrew from GBBO, amazing). I may have piped up during the show, but only because John brought up popcorn lung and when someone mentions an obscure disease that I have, I can’t not get involved. Things got a tiny bit awkward when they asked if it would get better and I said no, but then we moved onto kitten fostering and then it was fine. Then after the show they hung around so I said hi and had a photo before going home and crashing into bed.
Then awake super early for lung function tests at 9. I had a new girl today, and she was very nice – it’s always good to have a chat while the machine calibrates. They’ve changed the tests again, so now I only have to use the weird mouthpiece for the last one, which they have made different too. We had to do one of the tests four times which was not ideal, but eventually I escaped, then I had to wait to see Dr. Thompson. He was running late, but we got there, and it was good news! Today’s results were better than last time, pretty much back to where they were before, so I left feeling quite perky!
On the way home, we stopped at M&S to get a croloaf (croissant loaf YES PLEASE) and some other bits including a cinnamon swirl Danish which I ate for lunch, then I had a very sedate afternoon. Tonight I have to back up my phone again because I can pick up the new one tomorrow!