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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Tuesday 30 July 2002 (Day View) – X-Ray
30.07.2002 – Tuesday 30 July – X-Ray
- • Dad, Mum and I drove to town. It wasn’t too bumpy and painful, not really as bad as I had been expecting, so that was a thankful surprise. I had an x-ray at the hospital and saw Dr. Michael. Nothing much appears to have changed. I loaned “American Outlaws” on DVD from the video store. Shan came over just after we arrived home and we watched it together, after which I continued resting. Watching a DVD, especially with a friend here, is enough to stress my lung and make it sore.
- • I got quite breathless and somewhat worried, so went to bed early. I think I may have been hyperventilating.