Thursday, 8 November 2018

A day in my life.

I haven't given up blogging but have just been busy. I couldn't give up, I hate it when I read someone's last post to say that they won't be writing anymore. I am so selfish to think, how dare they when I have faithfully followed them for years and now I won't find out if they achieve that wish, or saved that money, or got that dream home?
 I know you can't always write something every day. Do you want to know, what housework I 've done today? (actually none, we have a cleaner) or what we had for our evening meal, it was a SW recipe of Hunter's Chicken and was rather delicious, (DH made it) and this morning we had our Spanish Class. Hola! I've  read the 'i' newspaper, cover to cover and also finished my 88th book for this year, ' The Death of Mrs Westaway' by Ruth Ware, a really good read! And I have made a Christmas Pud, started it yesterday and is now in the slow cooker, and one waiting to go in. 
So a full day, in fact DH and I have said what a busy week we've had, something on every day, next week I have my appointment at the London Royal Orthopaedic Hospital at Stanmore, it will be at the newly built hospital. I think I will be signed off ,as it's 12 months since that last operation. I still have pain and certainly haven't got100% use of my arm. ( I made that Christmas pud, left handed)
I am making stuff for friends for Christmas so can't show, but these wools and bits are what I am using. 

I don't think you'll guess what it is I am making; here is a clue it can be hung on a tree and will have something with it that can be eaten?? ( Have you any idea?) Have you started your Christmas makes?


mamasmercantile said...

I have made a big start with my Christmas makes and am enjoying the music and films a little early I know but its fun. Hope all goes well at your hospital appointment.

Julie said...

I think you are making little knitted Christmas stockings and adding a small choccie treat inside... I made a few for friends some years ago.
Blessings xx

Joy said...

Intriguing! Hopefully you will show us once the secret time has passed. :-)

Vickie said...

88 books!! My neck is great since my surgery. My shoulder is not 100% since the frozen shoulder thing. I don't think I will ever get it back. :(
I have begun my Christmas ornaments.

Mary - Lecoeurceltique said...

It's surprising how quickly the days can pass. I'm glad to read that you plan to continue blogging as I enjoy your updates. I hope your hospital appointment is just a formality. It's a shame that you still have pain and reduced mobility in your arm.

Winifred said...

You have done a lot so congratulations!

As you say it's sad to see people you have enjoyed following stop blogging. Quite a few I followed have stopped I contacted a few just to see how they were getting on & it was nice to get replies.

Good luck with your appointment.