Here’s the last few days worth of my 365 project. For fairly obvious reasons, getting on a computer has been a bit tricky. But picking up my phone to take photos with my left hand has been a bit easier. Though, quality of photos isn’t so hot, so I apologise! Also, there might be a photo which some people might find a bit icky. It’s not really, but I know some people might find it a little ishy.
Project 365 2013/14: Day Thirty Four
Today was hospital day for me. 7:30 I was all ‘checked-in’, given a glorious hospital gown to wear and told to wait until it was my turn for my surgery. Thankfully, I didn’t have too long to wait. A lot shorter time than last year. Though, from what I remember, the anaesthetic stayed with me for a little while longer.
Project 365 2013/14: Day Thirty Five
Yes, I’ve cheated. But in my defense, this day was all a little bit of a blur, still recovering from the operation and dosed up on painkillers which made me instantly very, very drowsy. Oh and it was my birthday. What a fucking fantastically memorable birthday it was.
Project 365 2013/14: Day Thirty Six
Some of the previous day’s birthday cake to go along with a little barbecue I had with some friends to celebrate what remained of my birthday. It was marred by the fact that I couldn’t drink a single drop of booze. How freaking unfair.
Project 365 2013/14: Day Thirty Seven
So this is where I had my surgery. Today I had the pleasure in taking off the bandages. Which I actually miss very much now. But in the heat and everything, they were a bit of a pain. So, bandages off and it’s my turn to put a hospital supplied plaster on the wound to keep it safe and dry. Four stitches. Not bad.
Project 365 2013/14: Day Thirty Eight
And we’re up to today, where it’s another photo of me with my feet up. Recovery’s going well. Boredom is setting in. The heat isn’t helping. I desperately want to do the simple things, like tie my hair up to get it off my neck, but I can’t. Not yet. It’s great no longer having a huge bandage reducing my mobility, but it offered a whole heap of protection and feeling my stitches is not a nice feeling.