Loss

Some names have been changed. I meet Rai the day I decide to shave my head. Upon arrival at the hospital my hair is falling out onto my jumper and more is being pulled away every time I take my scarf off. Every time I pull a brush through it, the loose hair tangles into … Continue reading Loss

No Blood, No Fun, No Apologies

I am woken up suddenly by the sharp drawing back of the blue curtains around my bed. It is still dark outside, and the lights haven’t been turned on yet. About eight people walk in. This is my team. My doctor, my clinical nurse specialist, registrar and more people who’s job titles I don’t understand … Continue reading No Blood, No Fun, No Apologies