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Tag Archives: health issues
Hubby has just called and is waiting to see the cardiologist sometime today. He’s feeling OK, but the monitor is flashing up big time so something is definitely going on. I had a text message at 6am with a list … Continue reading
It started off OK actually. Hubby had his INR and is well within his set parameters. My meds were waiting for me at the chemists, I got some more witchy socks at the market (have thrown three pairs out in … Continue reading
then Cinderella shall go to the ball! However, this post is nothing to do with glass slippers, pumpkin coaches and mice footmen. No, this is to do with kitting Maggie out with bootees for a forthcoming trip. Photo: January 2015 … Continue reading
First and foremost it was up to the surgery for Hubby’s blood test this morning. I went in with him because the nasty streak in me was hoping he would have a problem so that he could ring the head … Continue reading
We are back home after a few tears on my part, and have treated ourselves to sweet and sour chicken from the supermarket rather than me have to cook something. We were at the hospital for six and a half … Continue reading
My turn for the sit and wait clinic this morning. Up early, we were outside the surgery before 8.30 and it was nice and quiet with only three people ahead of me in the queue. I was told I could … Continue reading
I woke up this morning extremely low and depressed. Hubby asked me what was wrong and I replied nothing, I was just feeling down. I can’t explain it, as I’d slept pretty well and nothing (other than the usual) is … Continue reading
We’ve been here 33 days, and visited the beach at least once a day since arriving. In all that time, the water has never been the same. I find it fascinating. The tide is at varying stages when we visit … Continue reading
Maggie will be 13 in January. In Doggy years that will make her 91. Photo on the beach this week. Always active and ready to chase gulls, crows, squirrels, pigeons and lift pheasant or partridge alike, these days she is … Continue reading