Since we have been home, there is always something to do. In order to create an entrance to the garages for the electric wheelchair a storage cabinet had to be dismantled and emptied. Consequently lots of rubbish/valuable spares which were just loaded on to the cutting table had to be found a new home. We made a good start on sorting this out.
Last week I put some things on Freestuff and some very nice people came and collected my unwanted goods. Two garage heaters have gone on e-bay today, even if they sell for only 99p and someone collects them, I will be pleased. Let's wait and see.
Erica and Lucy went off to Australia the same day we moved home and Graham went out last Wednesday basically to bring Lucy home so she can resume school.
Ron is more or less back to where he was before the disastrous tablets. He has been having his physio weekly and always feels on top of the world after his session. Today the physio came to the house to see what we have to work with here at home and she has given us lots of ideas.
Unfortunately as I expected being home has compounded Ron's frustration at not being able to do things and one day last week he was rather depressed but he seems to have pulled round.
On Saturday I went to London with Andrea to enjoy my birthday/mothers day gift of a meal in Marco Pierre White's restaurant. We had a lovely day and Ron was OK with his babysitters,Vince and Ryan. Steve came to cut the lawn and Sheila came too so he had a nice day with lots of visitors. Chas has been busy painting the garage and I must say it looks lovely.
We went out on Sunday to The Duck at Newney Green for a RREC lunch. We went in the S type and that was OK the entrance was quite difficult but fortunately there were some strong men on hand to help. We had a good lunch but Ron was absolutely shattered when we came home. I am a bit concerned as to how he will manage when we go to Wales but we have paid up now so the die is cast.
Our 30th wedding anniversay was on 30th March so we went out for lunch to celebrate. I cannot believe the years have passed so quickly and I am so thankful we were both here to enjoy the day.
It's 10.45 now and past my bedtime so I will end this rather muddled blog and try to write another soon.