Awwwww thankyou Carla! *massive hugs*
Leah-I've never watched House, although been meaning too, I always forget.
I usually have a Scrubs-a-thon, an Eddie Izzard-a-thon or a Wrestling-a-thon in my room when I'm in hospital.
Wrestling is my other thing I love. I think I've become even more hooked, now I know one wrestler has CF. We found out when we were organising a charity show. It was weird, as he was one of my fave's anyway. It was so inspiring too see someone like him, with CF. He's so muscular and fit. He has too have IV's occasionally, but other than that he goes too the gym every day, and it keeps him so well. I'm not very keen on WWE, but I love UK wrestling, where the guys aren't so big, meaning they can do more high flying moves.
It probably helps that my husband is a wrestler too:P
I guess it must be hard with the kid in your school. One thing I have learnt, is unfortunately some people won't accept help. One of my friends with CF died in August, because she'd simply had enough of everything. She wouldn't go on the transplant list, because of her fear of needles, and the pain she would be in afterwards. Nobody could change her mind on this, no matter how much we tried. It's weird though, even now, I feel I should have tried harder. I really wish I could have helped her, and at times even feel angry, though I shouldn't as it was her choice too make. The point I guess I'm trying too make, is don't feel bad, if you don't suceed. At the end of the day, that kid is going to know what he faces, and know what the best thing for him will be. But, if he chooses too take a different road, it's his road too take, and I don't think anyone will be able too persuade him otherwise. (perhaps because we all have such strong determination too get our own way.)