Not another car crash πŸ˜’

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Sunday 28th June

I didn’t feel that great when I woke up today. 

Then Robyn turned up in the morning to see me, to tell me that she had just had a car crash. She had one nearly two years ago now and was badly injured and was airlifted to hospital. She was very lucky. But that was a terrifying time. This time it wasn’t quite as serious, no one was hurt physically, but of course it brought all her bad memories of the other one back to her. Plus the man in the other car got out and was shouting at her and she said she thought he was going to hit her! She was very shaken up. I must add that NEITHER of these crashes were actually her fault. Julie and Hannah to the rescue πŸ’¨ πŸ‘­ Hannah still in her pyjamas. Whit woo πŸ™‚ Funny thing was when we went to Robyn’s first crash, Leah was running down the road to get to her in just her pants!! (It was a very hot day and she had been messing around with water in the garden and sunbathing). These accidents never come at suitable times! 

Not a very good start to the day for poor Robyn at all. So as well as her worrying over me being in hospital, she now has all that to sort out with her insurance company.

She ate her lunch with me and then left because she was going to her friend’s baby shower. Hope you’re okay Robyn 😦

I started to feel better in the afternoon. Julie, Hannah and Gary visited. I had mentioned the day before to Hannah that I liked to count the seconds on the clock in my room. This didn’t go down very well because when I was crazy in Critical Care in Birmingham, I used to just stare at the clock and not really take any notice of my visitors, or I used to tell them a specific time they had to leave by! Don’t think Hannah wanted me to go crazy again so she brought me a nice colouring book for adults with stress, called Colour me Calm, and some nice new pens. It’s funny because Leah told us just the other week about an article in the Daily Mail (which she reads on her phone before work, she’s becoming quite an expert on things now!) which said that adult colouring was becoming the new craze. It is quite stress relieving, so thanks Hannah πŸ˜ƒ

The smiley doctor appeared again late at night. He just wanted more blood this time. No tests for tonight. Yay πŸ™‚

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