It’s a sunny afternoon and the first lot of washing has dried beautifully on the line.
I’ve also washed Maggie’s bedding and that is billowing in the wind nicely.
It’s been quite a morning, the most significant thing being Hubby’s INR is back in range.
Hurrah!!! After the big drop last week, we suddenly had a thought about the multivitamins we are both taking. Vitamins K and D are included but are also in the Complan and Ensure liquid meals he’s been having. Vitamin K is a definite no-no for anyone on blood thinners, so he stopped taking the multivits and is now where he should be.
Sitting in the car waiting for him, there was not much to see or people to watch as I was facing the wall. There are 214 block tiles on the front of the building, the bottom windows are hinged to the side (as they should be to open at a full 90º as per fire regulations) and those on the first floor are hinged at the top. They all have vents.
I am so sad!!!!!!!!!
We did a bit of shopping and the supermarket was reasonable. No problem with parking and inside it wasn’t too busy. Observation for the day: no thin bleach.
Order of the day was to contact the hospital as no notes have been received either by us or the surgery, and Hubby’s telephone consultation yesterday didn’t happen.
He rang the direct number his consultant’s secretary had given him only to tune in to a recorded message to say the number was unavailable.
He’s had enough, and has sent a courtesy email to our lovely guy in PALS (who has been wonderful in getting things to the right people) to let him know the latest non-events and that he wants nothing else to do with the hospital. If anything else happens, he will insist on being referred elsewhere.
Lunch was the last of our stew, and this afternoon we have been outside bashing and nailing fence boards into position to stop Mr Badger coming through, just in case. Our greenhouse is empty except for a few leeks that seem quite content to be doing their stuff in solitude.