Monday, 16 August 2010
03:06:43 PM (GMT)
alright, well, i just like, cried my eyes out watching
an episode of Boston Med. ever see it before?
it's absolutely amazingggg. i don't usually cry, but this was,
well, i guess a 'special' episode. but, then again, all of the episodes
are pretty fantastic.
anyway, this one was about a guy named Joseph, and he needed a new heart,
because his just kept giving out and all, so he was on the transplant list, and
finally got his
chance. him and his wife were talking to the camera about how long they've been
this moment and the machine that Joseph was on to help pump blood to his heart.
so they went to the hospital to get everything done with and, poor Joseph, ended up
one of those unlucky people who die right after the transplant D; it was so
Joseph was an organ donor anyway, but one lady came up to his wife to ask for
not usually donated. which was like, half his face. Joseph's wife [who's name i sadly
cannot remember ;-;]
thought about it, and agreed, because she knew he would want to help someone else,
and give life to them
if he could no longer live himself.
so the guy, Jim, who he was giving his face to because he feel into this rail thingy
off this platform and he almost
died, but he recovered, just without like, half his face.
and so he went through the surgery and afterwards, he was really swollen, but he look
and i cried so hard, because he went through so much, and still would smile, and
think positive even though he spoke
about how before, when he went out without his face, he'd be laughed at by kids, and
people would stare and shit.
so like, people complain, even myself, about little pimples and shit on their face
and how it's totally annoying, but i mean,
atleast we have a full face, we're not missing a chin, we have our noses even
if some are button sized, or huge!
so i'm greatful for what i have, especially my face even if some days i hate it.
oh, and i'm thankful for those smart as fuck surgeons that can actually make this
shit go downnnn for people who may need it.
this was a long diary, yeah?
C: oh well.
Last edited: 16 August 2010