Lockdown Diary: Forgetfulness

I forgot to blog yesterday and today. John, one of my two closest friends, has been taken to hospital having had a suspected stroke. Fortunately, they discovered he hadn’t had a stroke; unfortunately, he has some kind of kidney failure, so they’re keeping him in overnight.

So yeah: I’ve had other things on my mind. I really hope he’s going to be right as rain soon.

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4 thoughts on “Lockdown Diary: Forgetfulness”

  1. Hope your friend gets well soon. Going to hospital is no picnic any day, these days least of all.

    Kidney failure must suck, but at least it’s not liver failure. (My nightmare).

    1. Thanks Guillaume. He’s doing well but will probably have to be in for another ten days.

      Sorry, have had too much going on in my life to blog! Hope you’re keeping well.

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