Friday, 25 May 2018
Looking back over my blogs in the past 2years I have reached the conclusion Leicestershire group hospitals are best avoided. Too many chiefs, not enough Indians.I have 2 years of evidence to support this theory.I started out as a very fit rower attaining several trophies and being selected for the head of the river race twice,captaining a 10 pin bowling team from bottom to top of the league at the same time. Following lengthy treatment in Leicester hospital on 3 occasions I was left disabled,with no balance and having lost the ability to write, sign my name or drive my car. For good measure they also failed to spot a very painfull broken leg for 7 months
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Following more treatment that than I care to remember in several "hospitals",I can confirm absolutely no real progress has been made whatsoever .i still fall over without warning, still cannot walk far, and enjoy/ suffer endless films when I commence falling asleep or waking up.Concentration is virtuallyh nil which makes reading a book impossible.
The kittens add humour to "quiet" periods and the garden is colourful at last,following the wettest winter on record.
The kittens have had their necessary two innoculations to allow them into th great wide world beyond the cat flap,much to their,and our relief.
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Friday, 4 May 2018
It finally stopped raining and II am in a very dark place. Almost impossible to summon energy to do almost anything, other than an evening out at the Albert Hall with Linda and Terry to see Walk off the earth again. Each time I see them ( 3 ) they get slicker and slicker. The ALBert Hall was bursting at the seams and everyone enjoyed themselves. I fell down the steps while leaving which was embarrassing,but suffered no injury otherwise. We have returned home after seemingly endless travels and I am contemplating my quality of life once again. IT is presently not good and it must be worse for Lynne.