A very lucky coincident, indeed.
Two days ago, I wrote a piece on how a lucky coincidence could be the key to saving a life.
It was an eye-opening moment.
I’ve got a long list of stories that have been written about my life.
But when I think of the time when I was born, my parents say, they have to have said, ‘Let’s go to the doctor’.
My parents have never said that before.
I’ve never said, I have a cold.
I was in school and I would wake up with my head banging on the desk, and I’d be lying in bed and I thought, oh my God, I can’t sleep at night.
It’s not right.
I can only get through the day if I have the right kind of energy.
I couldn’t get through school because I was so weak.
I had a bad asthma attack, and my lungs just wouldn’t go.
And when I got to school, the teachers said, you’ve got to be a bit more alert, you must have a bit of anxiety, because you can’t breathe normally.
They were really strict about that.
I started feeling sick at school, so I just got to the front door and I was just so stressed.
So I just started breathing through my nose and I couldn