Monthly Archives: November 2021

I’m a green cup πŸ˜±


Sunday 24th to Sunday 31st October

I’m a green cup ??? 😱 !

Anyway, I would like to go back here! πŸ˜‹

As a football fan, I was sorry to hear the news that Kieron Dyer reveals he needs liver transplant. From my volunteering duties I have spoken to and become friends with a few people who have PSC, similar in some ways to my own illness PBC. I really hope everything goes well for him 🀞

A good time for some more PBC TV I think πŸ™‚

PBC &… Symptoms

Goodness me, how interesting is this! 🧐

A little complicated at times, but fascinating – to me anyway!

Congratulations to Ward 7F at the John Radcliffe Hospital (where I volunteer when Covid allows 😏) who were awarded a gold OxSCA (Oxford Scheme for Clinical Accreditation). OxSCA measures and celebrates the quality and improvement in the services our clinical areas provide.

Happy Halloween πŸŽƒ πŸ‘»



Monday 11th to Saturday 23rd October

This lovely fella decided to walk alongside us as we were going up the footpath near Batsford Arboretum.

He seemed to enjoy stopping and posing for some lovely pics for us!

Have you heard about these record-breaking kidneys 😱

I have known about this illness for quite a few years now as it is in my own family, but I don’t think I realised that it was possible that the kidneys could get quite this big 😏

🀞for my two girls.

I’ve recently found some videos on the illness which led to my transplants, Primary Biliary Cholangitis. So I’ll be sharing them with you in some of my future blog posts.

This first one is for anyone who is newly diagnosed with PBC.

(And it just happens to feature one of my consultants from the QE!)

This is PBC