Well, there we were thinking we wouldn’t need to see the inside of a hospital for a long long time.
But, you know how these things go. Everything is chugging along nicely one minute and next thing you know, something happens, and there you are, back in Gloucester going through those new glass doors, turning right down that well trodden corridor and …well ok, it didn’t quite go like that because we were stopped by the nice air ambulance lady who managed to sell me the idea of setting up a direct debit for a new lottery they’ve set up. I don’t know how that happened.
Anyway, that diversion aside, it was nice to see Rosie’s friend Corinne’s mum, who made us a cup of tea whilst we waited for our appointment.
We were a bit nervous because there seemed to be more than one person in the consulting room, and that tends to be a bad sign – bad news, or medical curiosity news, we’ve found.
So, I guess pictures speak louder than words, so here’s the news we got:
THANK YOU Gloucester Orthopaedics outpatients – you are fabulous. £400 raised by all sorts of things. Mainly cake eating. In a hospital 🙂
And the cheque even said Yay on it :).
We are so grateful. And thank you Dawn (that’s her on the other end of the cheque) for thinking of Rosie and TKOE.