Posted by sean on January 17, 2019 at 5:57 pm in Health with No Comments

I’ve now had four full days in hospital and am still awaiting news on when my leg will be repaired. Today I received some breaking news…

You know when football players break limbs and are sent for surgery, at exotic locations? I too am being transferred to another hospital to get my bones repaired. Where will it be? Miami? Rome? Dubai? Maybe I’ll go to the clinic David Beckham got his foot fixed, all those years ago. Nope. I am being moved to Bristol… bollocks.

I can see it now. The patients in my local hospital are rather middle class, so probably broke their bones when changing an energy-saving lightbulb in the utility room; or while at skiing practice, in anticipation of that spring holiday in the Alps

The patients I’ll be alongside in Bristol, no doubt suffeted broken limbs, running away from B&M security guards, having walked out of the shop with 12 tins of Prince’s Tuna, stuffed up their shellsuit.

Wish me luck. Well, it’s more appropriate than saying “break a leg”.

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