Twice up during the night, the claret was developing a deeper pink,however at 5-30 am it had become like fortified port.
Chris did the phoning and Rosemary the necessary bag packing, I hurriedly washed and dressed and was ready for the Ambo's when they arrived.
The fifteen minute ride tho Wyong Hospital was spent sorting out the problem and a bed was available on arrival. After preliminary investigation it was decided at 1130 am to send me to Gosford Hospital, after a bit of a bumpy ride I arrived. Shortly after I was given a bed in K4 ward, Bed 13; .
not to be misjudged - was by a sunny window and fairly comfortable.
My treatment at Gosford hospital over the past 2.5 days was superb , the pleasant attitude of the staff in general top notch , could not wish for better.
I am back at home now taking it easy, still feeling weak after a loss of a arm and leg of blood, will get back to you soon
Vest, daily gaggle.
"Alone we can do so little: together we can do so much".
Thanking the staff at Wyong and Gosford Hospital. LJB in bed 13.Gosford KA Ward 4.
Will ask chris to do updates on this blog. ta for now.