I’VE LEFT MY AIRPLANE IN THE CAR

Update posted by Justyna Siuta On Mar 06, 2019

Dear Friends,

Last Friday I was encouraged to leave the hospital earlier than anticipated. Due to a severe chest infection, I had to be put in isolation with two other sick patients for nearly a week! Deprived of most of my personal belongings, including my phone and my laptop, I had more than enough time to think about all those little things I’ve been missing out on when depressed such as traveling around the world, bridges of Istanbul at sunset, Tate Modern, Dalston Market, the warm sun of Puglia, Italian food, European films, hot yoga, heated political debates, long walks in the park, running, dancing and to my surprise, cooking!

I left the hospital severely anemic but with plenty of appetite for life. Thanks to the generosity of my donors I was able to rent a room of my own on Airbnb whilst searching for something more permanent. I can’t stress enough how grateful I feel for all the help I received. Despite the fact that I am still facing financial difficulties, I was able to start fresh.

Warm greetings from Gdańsk!

Justyna

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