Hello and good morning!!
The washing is done and outside in the hope that it will dry significantly to finish off indoors. Joggers and towels today, so they always take longer.
We’ve had a lovely walk in the park, and so did a lot of other people, but we managed to keep our distance, though Lottie and Robin don’t take any notice of that.
A pair of rather rotund pugs (or shovel dogs as Hubby calls them) they’re not in my top ten of favourite canines, but they do have a certain charm. Lottie is the traditional sandy brown colour with a black face, and recognised my voice. She shot off the grass in my direction, well as fast as her chubby legs would carry her, and thrust herself under my hands for fuss. Robin is black and would not be left out, so she waddled over in her own time, pushed Lottie out of the way and wedged herself firmly on my foot.
We walked up onto the prom, and it was busy! Everywhere we looked there were people, so we played dodgems and walked back through the park to avoid three couples in all directions on the back road! We would have come back through the estate, but there were three people with their dogs at the end of the path, so we came straight home.
I have had notification that my first jab is in the pipeline.
Now I just have to wait until I get a phone call with a date, which hopefully will be one day next week or the following weekend.
I have also had a letter from my consultant and having reviewed my files, it has been decided to keep me on my cancer meds until 2029. My mammos will continue until 2024 as a matter of course. I just have to book a bone density scan soon as I have to have one of those every two years which can only be arranged via my GP.
Day two of our stew today, which will whizz up lovely to a thick broth for Hubby. The protein drinks and puddings are also going down well and doing the job.
I love it when things come together!