Before the end of February I had been to casualty three times, visited my GP twice, met up with my rheumatologist and spent six days in hospital. I don’t know about you but if I had to schedule those times in my diary I wouldn’t have been able to do it. Not that I am in a competition with you or anything like that but I challenge you to beat that.
I wonder if there is a Guiness Book of Records opportunity here. Now don’t get me wrong it’s not that I am excited about this ‘achievement’ it’s just that I believe that we need to make use of what we have in our hands. There has to be some benefits in it
Apparently (just in case you didn’t know) mr lupus is active and he seems to have plans!
I am grateful, however, that this month has so far been a quiet one apart from the bald patches and the biopsy (but that’s another story)
I think that I am still recovering from the lupus noise of previous months. But the great thing is the sun is shinning and it’s a wonderful day particularly as I have prised myself free from the settee and inspite of mr lupus chatter I’ve made it out of the house and into the real world where there are people around and he has to keep himself in check.
mr lupus eat your heart out because today I win!