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My Word of the Week
This week Star had to go to a meeting at school to discuss her GCSE options. Parents were invited but she decided it would be too much trouble for me to attend so she went with her Dad. I’m not sure if she was genuinely worried it would be too much for me, or embarrassed of my being in a wheelchair. Either way, I know she didn’t mean to cause any distress so I didn’t make a big deal about it. We still had the chance to discuss everything in detail and now I’m just hoping she’ll get her choices.
We were running out of meal options, even a take out is undesirable to my fussy lot now. If I buy something new in the online shopping then no-one wants to try it, but everyone complains that they are bored of the meals we have. So, we went shopping! It took over two hours and the shopping trolley was overflowing. My bank account took a bashing but hopefully, we will enjoy our meal options for the next week or so.
On Monday I was at the hospital having treatment and was joined by two other patients with the same one in a million condition. We got one of the nurses talking to us and he gave us a really good run down on the options we have in the form of treatments. It was all very eye opening, and a little disheartening too.
Now it’s over to you, what word or phrase sums up your week this week.
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