Monthly Archives: September 2018

Bloods

On Friday morning I went to hospital for my pre-operative assessment. It’s a nice small hospital in East London and I was only 20 minutes late for my appointment. The nurse doing the assessment, a greying South Asian man with … Continue reading

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But what if…?

So my worries about the surgery go as follows: My hospital appointment is at 6:30 am. What if I sleep in and miss it? Apparently they pump air into your digestive system while they operate so you get horrible trapped … Continue reading

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Self-creation

I drank too many pints of cider the other night. And we got to talking about my surgery and one of my friends said that she didn’t want me to not be Connor any more after I become skinny and … Continue reading

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Paradise regained

Like an elderly lady at the end of a long day, I’m sitting on my sofa with my feet in a basin of warm water with a capful of Dettol added in. My feet are in a bit of a … Continue reading

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Bubble burst

Veteran Connor-watchers will have known something was wrong. In the past 24 hours, I’ve tweeted about how much I miss Glee and Facebooked about how much I miss 2012 One Direction. Those are my safe spaces. Why would Connor be … Continue reading

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