Guess what I saw in the second hand shop yesterday?
In fact I saw 4, but couldn’t see the price, and the shop wasn’t open on Sundays.
MOH arrived safely yesterday afternoon and we spent an enjoyable evening playing scrabble and catching up on the news.
We noticed Maggie was still favouring her foot, not her shoulder, so we got the torch and she let us have a feel around, even though we could tell it was uncomfortable for her.
Hubby felt something, and managed to remove two small pieces of fibre glass from her pad. I then put on some of the foot ointment we have for when she incessantly licks her toes, and she slept like a baby.
She’s still tender this morning, but we are hopeful and intend to keep our appointment tomorrow.
I rang the doctor’s surgery about my blood test results this morning.
It is obviously extremely important they discuss them with me as I can’t have an appointment for nearly three weeks, and even then it’s only with the practice nurse (or one of them).
MOH insisted on treating us to a full english this morning, and as the cafe is opposite the second hand shop…………………………………
We now have four chairs to go with our dining table for the ‘exorbitant’ sum of £15.
That’s for the four, not each, so I am well chuffed having been first through the door to check them out at 10am. We need to sand them down a bit, but they should be a pretty good match.
Getting them home was an interesting exercise though.
Luckily we had both cars as Bud won’t get in ours and three adults and two dogs, one of which has a poorly foot, wouldn’t fit in MOHs. So we shared the load and had two chairs and a dog in each. Hubby was a bit miffed at me because of a slight misunderstanding when I went to get the car in the first place, but I think it was worth it. The guys have gone out for some guy time leaving me here with the dogs.