This week it’s time for our third article by Dave Fardoe in our ‘Simple Graphics as Therapy’ series. Click here to find out what happened last time)
…been given a quadruple bypass – I’d been told to expect a triple. What the hell!!??
I woke up attached to lines and tubes and wires with wonderful staff looking after me, and my family close by; by day three I was clear of IV’s and other “drains” and the staff were keen to get me walking. Now I’d learnt walking quite early on in life, as a baby in fact, so this would be straight forward. Ha! The nurses and physio were awesome, quiet, assured and encouraging. The first walks were ok, I got my feet and pushed on, it went well. “Try to breathe as deeply as you can…” and my third cartoon emerged.
As always, please send any comments/feedback you feel compelled to share either to me or directly to Dave on Fardoe.Dave@gmail.com
P.S. As you may recall from the first instalment of Dave’s story his journey with graphics began with Secrets of Simple Graphics. There are a couple of spaces available for the September 27th 2019. Click here for more info and to book your place.