Life Is Sweet



This is an outfit from last week, I've been squeezing out the last remaining life of my summer wardrobe as it didn't get much use at all this year (all for a very good, amazing reason!) The top was something I ordered from Lewisham Hospital but it was during that week that my brain has blocked out so I didn't remember ever buying it. Well done past me though because I absolutely love it, I'm pleased to know I still had it in me to have the willpower to shop despite how ill I was haha. You can't see it here but it has this gorgeous button detail down the back and these pretty little frill things at the hem, plus the colours remind me of sweets so all in all it's my dream summer top.

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topshop stripe mix n match tee, aos denim dolly button through skirt, mulberry bayswater bag outfit, cystic fibrosis transplant blog uk, uk fashion blog, sick chick chic blog
topshop stripe mix n match tee, aos denim dolly button through skirt, mulberry bayswater bag outfit, cystic fibrosis transplant blog uk, uk fashion blog, sick chick chic blog
topshop stripe mix n match tee, aos denim dolly button through skirt, mulberry bayswater bag outfit, cystic fibrosis transplant blog uk, uk fashion blog, sick chick chic blog
Top | Topshop
Skirt | ASOS (alternative here)
Shoes | GAP (alternative here)
Bag | Mulberry
Earrings | New Look (alternative here)

I forgot to tell you how things went at Harefield! I went last week for my appointment and everything was A-OK, woop woop. X Ray is clear, bloods are good, lung function is going up and everything seems to be going in the right direction even though it's still early days yet. I saw one of the consultants and she's delighted with how it's going so far, she was really nice because she was asking me how my brain is doing haha. It was kind of her to ask because I went bloody loopy in hospital, if I wasn't hallucinating I was crying uncontrollably and even now there are things that I'm not sure were dreams, hallucinations or if it even happened at all. It's still healing where the ECMO was done but I don't remember having that so when I see the plasters I do feel a  bit weird, kind of like when you get a massive bruise but you don't know how you did it but just on a much huger scale. This is all a new experience for me because I'm such a square, I prefer to be in control of myself if that makes sense so to have chunks of memory missing makes me feel a bit uncomfortable. My brain obviously blocked it out for a reason but I keep trying to fill in the blanks and I just can't, this is exactly how I felt doing my Science GCSE's haha. I'd like to know what happened just out of curiosity more than anything but I've been trying to stop figuring it out and just concentrate on what's happening now. Life is so great at the moment anyway so I want to enjoy every second! 

Everything is so amazing now during recovery, imagine how great it's going to be when I'm doing even better! It blows my tiny mind. 


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