I grew my eyebrows out to try and be trendy but now I think I've gone too far and I look like an old man teacher we had in secondary school.
Was up the hospital three times this week because I am back on IVs *dun dun duuuuuun* Tobi and Mero for any CF people reading this, so not the dreaded cats pee at least. Had the first dose at the hospital as usual but it wasn't too boring because I watched The Ashes with the doctor. Had no clue what was happening but the doctor explained all to me. I was expecting to go on them and as long as they make me feel better, even just in the short term, then I will be happy. I need to be better by next weekend because it's my best friend's birthday and I don't really think I can go to the club wearing my oxygen backpack. On the plus side I could just use it to hit away weirdos that try and grind behind you.
I've started to wear my oxygen in public here and there lately, you get the odd look but it's out of curiosity more than anything, you can't blame people for that and no one is horrible. But I had it on in the chemist when I was ordering a drug that's also used by asthmatics and I kid you not the pharmacist asked me:
'Do you have breathing difficulties?'
Yep, while I had my oxygen on which looks like this so you can't exactly miss it. So I said 'Obviously' and gestured to my face and she asked me if I'd been to the doctor's about it. I do wonder how some people get their jobs you know.
But it hasn't been all hospitals and medicines and whatnot, like yesterday I saw my little cousins (they've just come back from Blackpool and brought me back a little bracelet they won on the penny machines, so cute!) and then me and my mum watched The Woman In Black 2 which was scary but had a rubbish story line. My mum kept screaming (can defo see why I get so scared at the cinema) which made Freddydog go crazy, he uses any excuse to make some noise!
Oh and before I go, in case anyone was interested in an update on #birdgate look what has now entered the equation:
Sorry for the rubbish quality
A wild parakeet! We used to get them all the time and now they've come back. So bright and beautiful! So random! And so greedy! They eat all the bird food. It reminds me of when I was at school in London and every Maths lesson my friend said she could see green birds and no one believed her, it was like the chicken in OITNB - a myth. Then on our last ever Maths class we saw like a whole flock fly out from the trees and it was like her moment, she was right all along and we were sorry we doubted her.
I hope you've had a good week! Tell me something that's made you happy, big or small! And have you seen green birds in London?