23.1.14

When you least expect it...

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Hello my lovelies. So as always I've been thinking because I will never stop lol. Everyone I come across tells me that "your transplant will happen when you least expect it" I think this will always be the case for most of us because you never believe it will happen until it does. You hope very, very hard that it will happen because if you don't you would just be accepting the fact that you will be dead soon so all you have is hope and what you believe in is hope. I will never stop hoping. That is the reason why I think every-one tells me it will happen when you least expect it. That would be always then.

I've been thinking a lot about when it does happen and I can't decide whether I should get a journal for it. I know of people who have memory issues afterwards, for different reasons trauma, medication you know there are many reasons for it and I think maybe having something to write in afterwards would be good for me to be able to look back on and for me to remember if I happen to get a few memory blocks on the way. I also think it might be a good idea for my family to write in while I'm asleep because we don't know how long that will be for and I'm sure all the information overload for them will cause some memory issues especially when I ask them what happened while I was out.  I don't know, what do you reckon? Good idea? Bad idea?

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2 comments:

  1. I don't remember much of any of my operations so I think getting a journal is an awesome idea. I know a lot of people who have done that. The only problem is I so rarely feel well or awake enough to write in hospital! Glad to see you're keeping your chin up, hope is the most powerful weapon we have!

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  2. I think a journal is a really good idea, especially for the time when you are unable to complete it, your nearest and dearest can write about all the small improvements you make on an hour-by-hour and day-to-day basis and when you are well enough you will have a real sense of your recovery!
    Wishing you all the best Stacie :)

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