Things happen

I actually expected to write this blog on my usual bus ride to work this morning. That is how I often write and send out many of my blogs.

However today I am not on the bus and currently at home waiting to find out the next bit of news and when to go to hospital. The hospital is approximately an hour from where I live to get to.

My son was taken to A&E yesterday midday and then transferred to another hospital 6 hours later. I got home in the early hours this morning.

They believe its his appendix and so at 11am he will be reviewed this morning. He has been injected last night with a anti coagulant ready for surgery. However during the night they picked up he has a fever/infection and so has been put on antibiotic.

Im at home now waiting to find out what is going on then will go back up the hospital.

So I figured rather than sit here fretting as that is what I do , I would be constructive and send out a blog and check my work emails and make sure nothing is pending. That’s if I can get into my work emails, as often it can be a beatch to do.

My son is 28. So not a child, but at the same time I guess any parent would say this, when something goes wrong with them you suddenly feel theyre your baby again.

I have to remind myself not to act like a tearful mother, and baby him because my son does not do tearful anybody stuff nor does he appreciate babying. But still between you and me. He will always be my baby.


Alice in Wonderland tank top and shorts from Entice at the Saturday Sale

Gem eyes  from Amara Beauty

Tropical eyeshadow from A R T E

Oline lipstick from A R T E

Charlotte  hair from Analog Dog

Catya bento head from CATWA

Angel shape for the Catya head LizBitz

Lara mesh body Maitreya

Edie  skin in 04 from  Amara Beauty

Shot on location at my home sim

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