.. at the beginning of the week I ended up as an emergency case at Helsingborg hospital and I didn’t know for how long they were going to keep me there. So I asked two of my girlfriends to pack me a survival bag and bring to me. I thought while I’m there I will work on my images from my Dubai – Hong Kong – Macau trip that I did in March.
So I ask them to bring my tablet, the bag with all the cables/connections and the SD card that was sitting in my PC.
10 min later the doctor came in and told me that I could go home in the afternoon, so I phoned my friends and told them to take back my things to my apartment – I was coming home for the time been.
When I unpacked my things in the evening – my SD card isn’t to be found anywhere.
I’m totally devastated over the loss, but shit happens. Have gone through everything about 5 times now … and my friend that took the SD card … don’t have a clue where she put it ???!! They were both stressed over my situation I suppose and didn’t pay attention enough on where the card went.
I just started with my posts about my trip … and here I’m with no images. But no one lost it on purpose.
About my health problems??? Not any wiser neither. They are going to call me for more thorough examinations.
All I can say is that it wasn’t the great day’s experience I had in the ER and the hospital, my mental level was the lowest of the lowest … but I was so well looked after and got help very quickly. I was found with blood in my bladder and loads of it.
But I was more or less in shock over my situation and their findings plus it was so painful. With a cancer journey in my backpocket … my fears raised to the surface. It was a day of both screaming and crying, but also relief over being taken care off and getting help. I felt very small and it wasn’t one of my greatest moments.
So in the bottom line … is health much more important than a memory card.
“If you’re not careful you can spend your whole life
looking for what you’ve lost.”