I thought it was high time I posted again. As you see, here is our hall looking lovely and bright even on a dull and dreary November day. The only trouble is that I now notice all the others area that would benefit from being redecorated. We must be a mucky pair.
I couldn't believe my eyes this morning when I noticed this little spray of cherry blossom on our tree. I apologise for the blurred photo but it was wet and windy at the time I took it.
Please don't notice the junk on my husband's chest of drawers. I tidy it at my peril.
I am at last beginning to feel more alive, thanks to a wonderful physiotherapist. She diagnosed the problem with my left knee some months ago, then progress was halted by a heel spur on my right foot. By the time that was sorted my legs had become so lazy and walking was jolly hard work and not enjoyable at all. I then became more and more lethargic and so tired all day long, in spite of sleeping well. I went back to the physio and she has given me an exercise programme, some of which are quite tough so I know they are hitting the right spots. I do them every morning before I get dressed. I have also got back to a daily walk each afternoon and that can be hard work according to how much housework, etc., I have done during the morning. Progress will be slow I think, but at least I am on the way to regaining a modicum of fitness and getting various tasks done each day.
I hope the weather soon dries out a bit as there are magnificent buttercups just waiting to take over several parts of the garden, as well as healthy looking plants of various other thugs I thought I had got rid of earlier in the year. Sadly the soil is rather like thick porridge and it's pouring with rain as I write this.
I hope I manage another post before Christmas!