I cant begin to explain how fast Christmas has come around for me. One minute I’m waking up from a coma, then I’m sat in a pub on black Friday having some food with my family. Wow!
I must apologise for the lack of posts; I’ve been rather tired recently, so combining that with lots of therapy as well as starting to live a life of my own has meant I’m shattered.
I’ve had a busy time recently if I’m honest. I’ve cracked car transfers, meaning I can finally get into my own car (albeit as a passenger) and have managed to get out and about. From picking up my daughter on her last day of school to heading to the pub, managing to get back in a car is another step (ignore the pun) towards freedom.
I’m thankfully going to be home for a few nights over the festive period. Christmas eve is always a highlight of my year; I love reading ‘t’was the night before Christmas’ to Amelia, settling in and sorting out presents etc… the stress of it all is worth it on christmas morning, although this year the stress has all fallen on Sarah. She has been incredible, and I can’t wait to be home to look after her for a while.
So here we are, Christmas eve, what a magical time. Tonight I’ll play guitar in church as usual, head home for a chocolate, then sleep in my own bed for the first time in almost five months. I can’t wait, but at the same time I’m rather nervous. Let’s see how it goes.
On a final note, I want to wish each and every person who has supported me along this journey so far, a very merry christmas and all the best for the new year. There are exciting times ahead, and I can’t wait to see where we go!