C decided he was in too much pain to risk the driving.At the hospital there are two specialist nurses .You leave a message on the answering machine and they get back to you.He did this but the nurse who phoned him back just said wait and see so the decision was made.He was no better last Thursday so phoned again and spoke to his usual nurse.She told him to go the hospital yesterday,upped his tablets and gave him a steroid injection.Magic.Today he is back to normal.So annoying that the first nurse did not do this.We are hoping to claim on our insurance but are not hopeful.The only saving grace is that the weather here is brilliant and hotter than where we should have been in France.
C'est la vie.Onwards and upwards.It could be a lot worse.
Friday, 15 June 2018
We are due to go to France next Thursday.We have booked a cottage in the Loire Valley for week with two overnight stops going and one coming backMy OH has rheumatoid arthritis diagnosed three years ago.Since then he has been on medication and has been in remission.The consultant reduced his medication a couple of months ago and it has flared up.His hands and arms are very painful.He can manage to drive at the moment but do we risk it.I would not want to do the driving .Sods law it has happened now.For the last three years we have only been to Northern France but decided this year to go a bit further as he had had no problems.It is a watch and wait situation.
Watch this space!!!
Watch this space!!!
Thursday, 7 June 2018
The weather here in North Wales has been lovely for weeks.It is just great to sit in the sunshine and read.I have just finished Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman.I really enjoyed it but my daughter did not.Is it a book youcan relate to more when you are older?
I am now reading The Drowning Girl by Margaret Leroy.I have read quite a few of her books and really enjoyed them but I am not so sure about this one.
For my holiday in two weeks time(we wre going to the Loire Valley in France for a week) I have got the following.
The Essex Serpent by Sarah Parry
The Whole Day Through by Patrick Gale
Whatever You Love by Louise Doughty
Have you read any of them.Please tell me if they are any good.Iwould also like other recommendatios please.
I am feeling a little sad at the moment.Two friends of mine have died this week both in their early seventies.We socialise a lot with a group of nine others.Two of the couples are moving down south to be near their children and another onein the group is starting to get confued.So it is all about to change and I don't like change.