Muddle-headed Kay (mhw) wrote,
Muddle-headed Kay
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Right.

So I may not be able to pay forward yet, but I sure as hell can feed forward.

A friend of mine is having a bad thing happening. I quote:

Long story short because I can't stay here for long - there's a raging infection inside my eyeball. I persuaded them to let me home though they wanted to admit me, on the grounds that I could wake up and put in drops every hour just as well as they can.

Tomorrow, if it hasn't improved they're going to admit me. They've also kindly warned me that if they can't tackle the infection pronto, and they're not sure they can, I stand a significant chance of losing sight in the eye.


I'm not able to say who it is, because people have a right to privacy, and I can't get in touch to ask permission. But infections are infections, and they need fast stomping.

If you've got energy and good wishes to spare (hell, it's a wonder with all the crap that's hitting people right now if anyone has, but), feed 'em to me, please, and I'll route on.

Thank you.
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