Yep, I've been here for two whole weeks now. I'm still feeling pretty good, despite the feeling of having a washing machine for a stomach.
It's been quite a busy day in some ways as I have been on the drip for a total of 8 hours. I suppose it's not as if I had anything else to do! As well as the cyclosporine I needed 2 bags of potassium and one bag of platelets to make up for the undesirable losses that are inevitable. I also had an injection of growth factor to stimulate the growth of my new white blood cells. This is good news.
I hope that all of you who were off school or work today because of the snow had a nice relaxing time, even if you still had to do some work. I am jealous of the fun side of the snow, I quite fancy making a snow man.
I forgot to mention I was visited by one of the Harley Street psychologist's yesterday. It's all part of the service, although not as much fun as the complimentary therapists. I managed to keep her off the "and how does that make you feel?" type questions and chatted about the girls, the Kindle (it's causing quite a lot of curiosity) and lots of other subjects. It's good that the service is offered but I don't feel in need of it at the moment.
I hear the sound of an apron being donned outside my door so I'm about to be visited for another set of Obs (observations) or meds so I'll sign off now.