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Hospitals, makeup & anti-embolism stockings: Living the dream.


I can go makeup free almost every day in life but when it comes to being in hospital (the one time it's actually required) I just can't. Sorry guys. I need my holy trinity. 

My holy trinity being powder, bronzer & mascara. If I have just these 3 things, I can make it through anything. Including my regular trip to theatre to have my vocal cords lasered & my dreams of being a singer shattered. 


My current view of the world. It's pretty blue. They've just wheeled out the first patient on the list and I'm third in line so it won't be long til I'm called. The waiting is the worst bit. And knowing what's coming. Actually maybe the worst bit is knowing that it won't make a damn bit of difference. Although I did learn I'm getting a new anti-viral treatment so you know... Fingers crossed for that. 


I get fairly reflective sat here on my own just waiting. Needlessly reflective I'm sure some would say. You'd think after 24 years, two or three times a year (less since budget cuts & waiting lists) Id be used it. Sadly not. Happily though I'll be home by 8 this evening and can crawl into bed for a few days with a bucket of soluble painkillers and Grace & Frankie on Netflix. 


Let's not forget the outfit of the day. My lovely sheer gown & stockings. Totes fetching.


Right I think I've reflected enough. Time to go distract myself with some hardcore social networking.

SEE YOU ON THE FLIP SIDE!

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