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Monday, October 27, 2014

I am always amazed by what they can do

Apparently I am not as well as I thought I was.

I walked four blocks to CVS pharmacy with Cate yesterday and nearly pegged out on the way home. I had to lie down and contemplate life for the rest of the day – and unfortunately also had to watch the Colts get belted by the Pittsburgh Steelers.

What is going on here?

I have bought myself a book ‘Football for Dummies’ so that I can begin to understand the game – but it is beyond my grasp at the moment. Particularly as I watch without sound because noise bothers me.

Lenny and Carmenchita and Yossi are in Hawaii. From their window you can see the pink place where I stayed on my one and only trip 25 odd years ago.

Lizzie flew to the west coast yesterday and had an 11 hour wait between flights. No I don’t know how this could happen either.

The neighbours across the road found out I was sick and brought food parcels – including a truly excellent cake which I am demolishing as we speak.

Cate is back at work to today but I am not allowed to do anything except mooch about. I am not allowed down to the basement – which is of course where I want to go more than anything – and am confined to the upper floors.

I can’t really read so will have to find something I can watch without sound. I find the shows about Vitamix Blenders to be very therapeutic and am always amazed by what they can do.


5 comments:

  1. Ooooh, that's the pits, not being able to read and only have TV without sound! Are there any cooking shows? Asking because I once watched a Jamie Oliver show on German TV and had to switch channels because I could not stand the German dubbing (high-pitched voice as if something v e r y exciting was happening when all that was going on was stirring the pot). So, no sound would have been perfect for that one.

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  2. It sucks when you can't read or have the sound on the TV on - hope your recovery is swift !!!
    I think I need to buy Football for Dummies as well - we watch it but really have very little idea about what is going on OR we can wait for K to finish working in the USA and she can explain it when she gets home - provided, of course, she learns about it while she is there !!!
    Rest up and take care.

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  3. Crap.

    You need in house massage.

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  4. That's not good, Badger. I was surprised at how much you were getting out and about with your visitors, so soon after such major surgery. I guess your body is telling you to take it slowly - difficult, I know! Are the cats good company?

    All the best mate (little Australianism there...)

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  5. Merisi: I am getting better. Can have the sound low now. Yes lots of cooking shows - I will be watching these - and in English.

    Me: It is much more complicated than I thought it was so I really need to study hard.

    fmc: I have thought about that and may do it when I am a bit better.

    Alexia: The cats are just fine company and sit on me wherever I am.

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