Merry Christmas everyone! I hope you got everything you wished for and that Christmas 2018 was and is a magical one. You deserve it!
What I will be doing this Christmas 2018
Unfortunately, I am still in the hospital. I’m now in a private room in the stroke ward, which is much quieter than where I was before. I saw my mum this morning, as she stayed overnight with me. My dad, Natalie, my stepmum, and my brother Jamie also came this morning, so I got to see them which was nice. My grandparents have just left, too. They’ve just gone back to my dad’s and I will be FaceTiming them in a bit when they have their Christmas lunch. Jamie is also going to show my car when I’m on FaceTime. I can’t believe the first time I will be in it I’ll be on FaceTime!
I’ve also FaceTimed one of my aunt’s and two of my cousins this morning. It was great to see them, as I haven’t seen them in ages! They sent me a video of them opening a couple of presents from their stocking, which was lovely. I sent a similar video of me opening a couple of my presents in the hospital too.
It’s a shame I can’t be at home with my family this Christmas, but I don’t mind it too much. I know I’m safer here in the hospital with the nurses and doctors than I would be at home.
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