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My Video Diary Part 7

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Hi Adrian

Been watching your story with interest as my son Will went through what you`re experiencing.After your video diary part 7, all I can say is - take a day at a time.It`s the only way to cope with the situation otherwise you will get completely overwhelmed. I visited Will daily and we got into a structured routine which really helped. The isolation is hard,there`s no denying that but stick at it and at the end of each day say to yourself that`s another day done,another day nearer to discharge day.Keep at it and try to stay positive.

Best Wishes

Liz Boffey

Hi, Adi

Just want you to know that you are in our thoughts and in our hearts.

I have done my best to keep up with your blog (although I am a total dinosaur with IT!)

It's a difficult journey but you will reach your destination, I am sure.

With much love

Ruth

x x x

Hi Adrian,

Please try not to feel too depressed at this stage, as you have said in your blog, there is every chance that you will go into remission within the next few monthes and be able to return to your old lifestyle, so stay positive!!

I have been off work myself since December of last year, after I got run over. (I broke my leg really badly, and can't go back to work until it's healed). I've been finding your blog really inspiring, as if you can stay so cheerfull and positive, then so can I!

Best of luck for the future

Kirstin

Hi Adrian,

Please try not to feel too depressed at this stage, as you have said in your blog, there is every chance that you will go into remission within the next few monthes and be able to return to your old lifestyle, so stay positive!!

I have been off work myself since December of last year, after I got run over. (I broke my leg really badly, and can't go back to work until it's healed). I've been finding your blog really inspiring, as if you can stay so cheerfull and positive, then so can I!

Best of luck for the future

Kirstin

Adrian, I cannot imagine what you are going through at this time. All I can say is think positive about the future, there will be a light at the end of the tunnel. You have just got to take one day at a time. Best Wishes. Love Dawn Aldridge xx

Adrian,

Please try and stay positive and you will getv through it. Its what helped my mum through her transplant.

Best wishes

Debbie Barkworth

Hi adrian,

I read an article about you in The Times a few weeks ago and have been meaning to log on and watch your progress ever since. I note you are now coming to the end of the most boring phase and you must be looking forward to the return of some new blood cells, I am looking forward to seeing your next video when this may have happened. i went through this with my husband about 7 years ago and know how taxing it can all be, in fact, from the video I think he was in the same room as yourself. I remember vividly his being at the stage you are now because his cells started reproducing about 4 days after they said they would, don't give up because they did come back. I wish you all the luck you deserve and shall be checking regularly to see how you are doing?

Hilary

Hello Adrian,

I think it's excellent the blog. What a courageous decision to create and document each day to share how you feel at this really difficult time in your life. It's so touching & I'm sure it helps others as well as yourself to be positive & to stay strong.

I must admit I only found out recently by reading the examiner. I saw the picture of you & thought what has Adrian been reporting now in a positive sense until I read the article & my heart just sunk. I couldn't believe it Adrian; you've always been a smiling positive person & you're still the same���.even at this difficult time. Keep it up!

I sincerely wish you all the best for your recovery & I have prayed for you, keep that beautiful smile & inspirational attitude & my thoughts go out to you, your family & all of those close to you.

Lots of Love Sharon Dennis (Past colleague from the examiner in advertising) xxxxx

Hey Matey.........Remember Team Bar?

If ya do then just to let you know that me Dunkers, Brown Sian Rob and everyone else is thinking about you.

There wasn't a contact email on your site but please get in touch, we are all really shocked after reading about what has happened.

Im glad your getting better, but i bet you dont feel as bad as you did after 18 hours on the function bar!

All our Love

James + Team Bar

Hi Adrian

I do hope that you are able to spend a few hours out of the confinement of your room soon. I am sure that everything will look completely different when you have had a good breath of fresh air and a plate of steak and chips.

You have been absolutely fantastic Adrian, even through the last few dark days. The transplant must work soon, with so many people wishing it for you, and Poppy and you will be able to look forward and appreciate precious minutes that so many of us take for granted. Try to keep thinking positive and at the end of each day pat yourself on the back for getting over another hurdle. It has helped me in the past and you know that so many people are thinking of you and wishing you well.

Lots of love

Jamie

Hi Adrian

Heard you have made it and come out of isolation. Please continue your blog to keep

us informed of your progress.

I have to undergo a transplant and your blog

was very interesting and at times as difficult

as the Dr's tell you, so it was good to hear the good side of things.

Well done you.

Message from Australia :

G`day Adrian,

I saw your 'blog' whilst looking at the terrible floods over in Sheffield on the internet.

You are a brave lad & should be proud of yourself for sharing this part of 'you' with the rest of the world. Most people would 'shy' away. Even on the other side of the world here in Australia,you have inspired me with your positive attitude. Keep smiling & all the best,

Lorraine Sykes, Queensland,Australia

Hi there,
sending love, light and peace to you

Hannah and Team

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