As I said before, this whole project was Amy's idea, and she came up with the great idea of using the same four questions for every single person - to give it continuity.
As a journalist, sometimes it is about "quality" and not "quantity" when it comes to the amount of questions we ask in an interview.
Limiting me to just four questions was a great idea - despite my temptation to follow up on a number of things covered.
Headway Gloucestershire were great with it.
I was worried how they would react - whether they may feel we were treading on their toes for example - but as usual I was worrying about nothing.
I interviewed three people, three people with different brain injuries - but all linked by one thing.
Hopefully, if you are reading this, then you may listen to the podcast when it starts during ABI week and hopefully learn a bit more about what life is like after a brain injury.
This particular Wednesday was different though, because I was attending Headway with my amazing wife for the first time since I started going - so I got to show her off to everyone.
But watch out fellas, she's taken!
The day started earlier than I'm used to with our friends both up at the crack of dawn for showers before work - and of course to give Fergal his morning walk around the garden.
Having then enjoyed a lovely breakfast together - much like a family would - the four of us headed our separate ways.
Amy drove us both there, before we headed in.
I must say, I was so incredibly proud of the three people I spoke to - because it is not the easiest thing to talk about to someone - and I should know!
So hopefully I did a decent(ish) job of it.
I think the only person close to tears was me! But luckily I got through it all okay!
Then to top it all off, because it was my last day attending Headway Gloucestershire they threw me a sort of "going away party" with a full-on buffet lunch, which Amy got to enjoy too (Amy's favourite food is buffet food!).
Another thing I must say is how unbelievably amazing Amy coped with it all - because I know what it is like to walk into a room with a bunch of brain injury survivors - and it can be daunting because there is a varied range of disabilities on show.
But there she was - my beautiful wife - mixing in with everyone, chatting away to anyone like there was no tomorrow with a scotch egg in her hand of course!
After completing our first day working together on this project I feel so motivated to make this a success. Already, the stories we have heard are inspiring and must be shared.