Gosh, wasn’t that last post totally depressing?!
You’ll be glad to know I did pick myself up again. I sometimes feel that men get some sort of hormonal imbalance once a month or so too, not nearly as strong as women do obviously, but enough to knock one off ones perch emotionally.
Well I’ve survived another birthday since I last blogged and I celebrated my 14th kidneyversary on the 14th Nov. My transplant is still hanging on by a thread. Although I still need dialysis I can still just about eat a normal diet (something to be positive about).
I read recently from the Addenbrookes Kidney Patients Association magazine about a young lady called Sarah Springett who had donated a kidney to her boyfriend. That in itself I thought was impressive, but she also is the lead singer in a band called The Floe. They recently released a single called “I hope you know” where all profits were donated to “Live Life the Give Life” a charity aimed at getting people on the organ donation register (Go to The Floe’s site now and buy it….you will, you will, you will….ah go on!).
Anyway to cut a long story short I went to see their last gig of the year on Friday. It was brilliant. Sarah’s vocal range and emotion has to be heard to be appreciated and Liz Townsend, the instrumental genius of the group, was no less impressive. The venue was Jurnet’s Bar in Norwich, a converted wine cellar and the perfect intimate setting for The Floe. I felt truly privileged to see them in such a small venue because I think they will go on to be huge.
Oh did I mention their Album is available to download on their site? It’s rather good…