Jacket and Jumper: Zara
Skirt: Beyond Retro
Necklace: Dorothy Perkins
Eww sorry these photos are so blurry. So annoying! This skirt is one of my new favourite things, it's the softest, buttery leather and was only £25. There's a couple of barely noticeable scuffs but I would've done them myself after an hour anyway so they matter not. I bought it the day of my job interview as either a congratulatory or commiseration present to myself, I will always find an excuse to shop.
I ordered myself that coat that Kate Moss swishes about in in the Mango ads from ASOS, it should be here soon and I excited cos I sad. I've wanted a grey tweedy thing for aaaaages but they were always kind of expensive but this one was £40 which ain't bad at all. I admire Alexa's style but the words 'dressing like a granny-child' annoy me sooooo much for some reason. It's kind of boring now, am I the only one who wants to dress my actual age? For me Moss is Boss forever and always, there'll never be another like her. Because I'm such a beg I had to copy so I can pretend to be her twinsie. Talking of matching coats, some girl came up to me in the Primark version of my Zara jacket and said 'Our coats are twins!' No. Maybe yours is mine's evil twin, but that is all. They just don't compare ok?
Clinic went well on Tuesday, even though I've been having pains in my chest and coughing up a bit of blood. This isn't too serious, it just means that I've been coughing too hard so that I've popped little blood vessels in my lungs, it's kind of like a nose bleed. And I have put on a pound in weight, yaaay! (Which means it's totally justifiable to spend 40 pounds of money right?) It might not sound like much but because I don't put weight on easily to put on a pound in less than a month is good. I also had my portacath (read here to see what it is) flushed, which means I have to have a needle in my side and this saline stuff injected through to sort of clean the tube inside maself. It doesn't hurt one bit, I'd say a needle in the arm hurts 10x more. I coughed up everywhere when I tried to blow through the machine for my lung function test, so gross man. I'm so their fave patient, having a mini breakdown last time and doing that this week. Who knows what I'll do next month! Did I tell you that they wanted to come and visit me at my house because I cried? They didn't because I started work how nice is that though? But cringe that they were worrying so much about me, I don't like that thing of being centre of attention at all it's too embarrassing especially when I'm alrite. I'm SO lucky though to have such a fab CF team, I don't know what I'd do without them.