If I had to choose a favourite song of my life, it’d be this one. I loved it when 15, and still do. I’m not sure why. But it’s varying, like many Mr Bungle songs,
If I had to choose a favourite song of my life, it’d be this one. I loved it when 15, and still do. I’m not sure why. But it’s varying, like many Mr Bungle songs, and it’s got this cult-like feelings. Nobody likes it, I know. But press play! That’s why you came 🙂
Day 8-9. May 10-11, 2018
I love how they have put pillows under my hands. It looks so comfortable! Longest sleep ever.
Thursday May 10
Me and Johan Bergman have been visiting you today. It was great to see you. We have a strong feeling that you’ll recover and fully understand that we might attribute to all kinds of support you might need in the future!
See you later.
(One of these guys have Corona now. And it looks like the health care system is doing its job.)
Thursday May 10
Today we have altered the medication you get. The goal now is to let you wake up slowly, but we take it easy in order to avoid any setbacks. You still have some fever now and then so we’re trying to keep you a bit cool. You still have a lot of wires and cables connected to you so that we can monitor well how your
brain is working. This afternoon you moved your left arm and your head a bit. That’s positive. We’ll soon put the lights out and work on making the night as calm and good as possible. We who worked with you today are Marcel and Emelie, nurses, and Carina and Uffe, UAPs.
I’m so grateful for all the job they did with me. In February 2020, 21 months later, I met this friend in Mexico, who looks rather bad, like a bald skeleton. I wish he could come to Stockholm and they would fix him! I’d “attribute to all kinds of support he might need”, as I just wrote to my Corona friend.