Happy for having my boyfriend.
Happy for having my bf's mumto walk to when I need some company.
Happy that said bf's mum bought shopping for me today, and made me dinner without me even asking.
Happy at least ONE hospital I go to are starting to take me seriously.
Happy were booking the wedding soon.
Happy my kitchen no longer looks like a bomb has hit it.
Happy to be free from hospital with no further appointments until the 23rd.
Happy were doing a charity wrestling show to raise money for the CF Trust on the 22nd.
Happy some of my best friends are going to be entertaining me for free for the show.
Happy the CF trust are also gonna be there to support us.
Happy that Paul's buying me a new foil like helium ballon, as the old one went down, and me and the cat love playing with them.
Happy that my cat still adores me even though I left her with Paul for 8 days, and hasn't hissed once for a change.
And uber happy that I have a nice bottle of lambrini too take away some of the pain tonight.
Oh, also happy that I'm now on constant painkillers and antisickness tablets which are finally making me feel somewhat normal healthwise.
Last but not least, I'm happy you've made this thread, as seeing how other people are finding happyness in there lives, makes me happier. Every little shred of happiness should be added up in your life, every now and again, just so you can see there is still a rainbow through the fog. No matter how small that rainbow may be. It's still something for you to hang onto.
It's true!: Smile and the whole world smiles with you. Frown and the world turns upside down.
Cystic Fibrosis, Asthma, ABPA, Clinical Depression, Mild liver cirrohsis, mild osteopenia. Waiting for final diagnosis on Muscular Dystrophy type symptoms.
Any dressing except Mepilex border. Even plasters make my skin blister. Hayfever, Tazocin, Tobromycin, Ibruprofen, Asprin, Codeine, Mirtazapine.
I have a pretty little port-a-cath on left side of chest wall
Post Edited (Darkies Gem) : 4/13/2007 9:18:15 AM (GMT-6)