Gratuitous kitten picture
This morning -
How busy they are over at the quarry - orange vehicle lights everywhere and yet it's still dark.
I must shave Keith before we see the PD Nurse. I hope we won't be late for Keith's appointment.
PD appt - Thank God that's over.
No interesting junk in Rob's window (as ever).
WHY did it have to really chuck it down just when I've had to park at the far end of the Lidl carpark?
Coming out of Tesco's - nearly dark at 3.30 - thank heavens I don't live in Alaska.
Then, driving home as it was increasingly dimpsey , I noticed how there was the most beautiful soft light across the fields, making the landscape seemingly hug the road and yet the grass of the fields still held its colour. How Carneddau Hill still held the light the valley had lost. How, despite the leaden clouds, they had trapped a soft golden pink light on the horizon as I drove up the final hill to home.
I stepped in the door, laden with groceries and the phone started ringing. Three calls then in 10 minutes! I am yet to finish unpacking. Some positives from the last 24 hours is that my "do you really want the job?" call to the Handyman has brought fruit and he's coming to lay the base next week. Phew.
We cut Dairy right out of Keith's menu and it has resulted in saliva production almost back to normal, so that is a positive as it was really getting Keith down, and affecting his speech etc. The PD Nurse thinks the consultant got the medication wrong as Keith had presented so badly having been stuck in the car/wheelchair for 2 hours. Everything seizes up then. Plus he'd only had a small drink before we left the house and two bananas for "breakfast" so not hydrated either.
One of today's phone calls was from the Social Worker who is coming to assess the situation on Saturday. So, pester power pays off. Pick that phone up Debbie, every day if necessary!
Tomorrow I intend to get a walk in, even if it means getting soaked.