The script in ‘Black’ relate to the fourth morning after I was admitted into St Helier Hospital and it’s what I wrote to my family.
Monday the 6th April 2020 – Day Four In St Helier Hospital
It’s A False Alarm!!!
I feel fine!
There’s no pain, anywhere!
I know I needed the exercise and I’ve just more or less had a bath standing up at a sink!
A full body wash!
Can you imagine what it takes to do that from head to toe at a sink?
That is the exercise I needed but I was thinking of walking up and down the corridor.
Having a full body wash takes some doing and much stretching!
Think about it carefully, every movement every nook and every cranny that needs, cleaning…
…with one flannel and no towel!!!
It’s not that I do not have a towel but I forgot to take it with me.
So, I used the flannel to wash and perfectly dry myself.
Each rinse or re-clean of my flannel took around 60 seconds, where I was actually hand washing it, wringing it until it was bone dry in order to dry myself and re-wash the next body part.
All in all I must have been in there for an hour(?).
And boy what a true cleansing (literally) exercise it was!!!
I now feel warm to perspiring, you know, where you have that exhilarating feeling.
As I came out of the bathroom, one of the nurses said:
“It’s Good To See You Taking Care Of Yourself!”
So, it’s good!
That kidney(?) pain I mentioned was just my lower half of my body clearing out stuck air and water bubbles (which can happen in anyone and it’s painful) out of my body.
So, what’s next?
We will see!
I Love You All!
Blow The Trumpet In Zion;
Sound The Alarm On My Holy Hill.
Let All Who Live In The Land Tremble,
For The Day Of The LORD Is Coming.
It Is Close At Hand–
~ Joel 2:1
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