My life on a plate! A place where I get to waffle on about anything and everything, and hopefully raise some awareness about Cystic Fibrosis and organ donation on the way.
Tuesday, July 04, 2006
Just stopping by to confirm that lack of blogging this week is due to gorgeous weather, wonderful friends and family and muchly resting!
I am being nice and careful ready for the next two weeks, on Thursday Emmie and I are heading to the House of Lords (erk) to help launch National Transplant week, which runs from the 9th to the 15th July (I may or may not have already blogged as such but never mind!)
Last night Em and Brad treated me and my clever youngest sister who has just finished her GCSEs to an evening at Hampton Court where the flower show opening night was occuring. It was a really gorgeous evening, so incredibly warm, even at 7pm when we arrived. Em and I both had wheelchairs (me in faithful Denzel, Em in a hired chair) which made things a) more relaxed and easier for the two of us and b) more amusing as our poor "porters" attempted not to hurtle us out as we encountered various bumps and steps en route.
There were some gorgeous displays, including a beautiful carribbean one, which I may or may not have insulted by calling to Em "not worth going in there, there's just sand" meaning that the chair would get wedged (as mine did and I thought I may have to live there permanently) except the creators overheard me and were a tad miffed I think as they had put slightly more thought into it than "let's just dump sand here" !
After browsing, we settled down to our picnic and champagne, then watched the fireworks to finish off a truly spectacular evening. I shall put some pics up on here asap.
Am heading into the garden now (gorgeous garden I love it so) to settle down under a tree with a good book. YAY for the summer!
29 years old, small blonde and smiley. I love life, but was facing a death sentence due to end stage cystic fibrosis. Thanks to the generosity of a stranger I received a life-saving double lung transplant in January 2007, and am now a very proud mummy.
I am very much a people person and a rather girly girl, loving all things pink! I enjoy talking, laughing, utilising my love of talking in the form of public speaking and awareness raising, and inventing new words and then being unable to separate them from real ones in my head.