It took me a while but I washed and dressed. After lunch the DP drove to my happy place. No free Blue Badge spaces but he managed to get the chariot out and I got to the railings.
Hopefully not followed by a step back.
Fed up. Such a struggle today. District/Community nurse came. Redressed the ankle. It keeps swelling . But I got the boots on. We made it to the happy place. I got out of the car and did a short walk.
Back home we have the builders back doing the wall at the front garden. Pictures tomorrow. It is taller than it was previously. And not leaning now!
Tom Stephenson asked about the Prom. It was way busy in past years. There was a small train toing and froing. Now parked in the Heritage Centre. We are all very proud of the Esplanade and the beach. Great cameraderie among those of us who walk there frequently.
An award winning beach. Water is clean. Air is clean. I love it here I can see fields and hear the sea. Ten to fifteen minutes to drive to the Prom. Having struggling days is my biggest drawback. You learn to cope. One day I will read the bit about end days of COPD but not just yet.
Sunny but cold.
I managed a short walk as it was less slippy.
The DP went to the harbour. Lots of film crews etc.
There you go. Night night.
The sun shone but overnight we had had snow.
The rear garden.
First thing I had my monthly Ibandronic acid pill. I then have to sit or stand for one hour before having breakfast. Managed it. The pill is to combat bones crumbling.
After lunch to the Prom. Tiger Hill with snow.
I managed to the railings. But not go for a walk as that was a risk too far.
A good day.
My carer is unwell so did not come. I rejected a replacement and managed on my own. Having someone else is difficult as I have to tell them what to do and I get breathless talking!
An improvement in the weather so very thankfully we went to the Prom.
Still the high winds so I remained in the car. These through the car window while I breathed in vitamin sea.
Fishing boat away out to fish.
Still looking for inspiration to get painting again. This might do it. Fingers crossed. Although I think having had the jab/vaccine may work better!
We have had a lot of rain and the fields are flooded as they are so saturated now.
A Grey Heron in a field up the road in the floods.
The days are lengthening.
Vaccination goes on apace. Still waiting but now the vulnerable are next on the list.
You are such a supportive bunch for which I thank you.