I would like to say a heartfelt 'thankyou' to each and everyone of you who sent a message of condolence when my dad passed away.
Special thanks to Stitch for letting you all know for me and to amagran for being such a good friend and listener.
I returned to work today and it was great getting back to 'normaility' if there is such a thing. I had cards from customers/patients who I know so little about, just from coming in once a month to collect ther prescriptions. People are so kind and it is often these little gestures that get you.
I truly hope that you all keep as well and healthy as you can be and know that I will always think of you all from time to time. Coming on here was my salvation at a time when I thought things couldn't get any worse. But they did on the 30th December. But, you know what? I made a promise to my dad that when the time was right I would take on the 'medical world' and seek justice for him. There are a number of things that need changing and putting right with the ultimate focus being on patient care, starting from the very beginning.
My dads' consultant has asked me to be on a 'committee' that she is setting up to help those like dad and their families who are going through what we have been through and offer support and help wherever possible. I gladly accepted, anything I can do to help and if only a small difference is made then it will be worth it.
Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis watch out......................now I know about you I'm coming after you and I will not rest until I get justice for dad.
Take care everyone