In reply to aquilareen:
RSPB Giving Nature a Home
Harelady: Good to see you and to read that you had a lovely time with the family. Re that chest infection, are they sure it's bacterial? If it's a virus, antibiotics won't do much....
Diane: I too found myself wondering what happened to the cocoon....
Lindybird: Glad your 'bone' color worked out. It's almost impossible to predict these days when the photography at the seller's end may be suspect, not to mention how it translates on our devices. Are achy legs a new thing?
Rosy: Maybe copy your post before you upload it?
Lynette: Staying close to home sounds like a good idea at this point. My mother used to say a change is as good as a cure (or something like that). That exercise that has you raising your knees to your chest might be better on the floor depending on how firm your mattress is.
OH had follow up with doc this pm and is happy that he has the all-clear for his morning cup of coffee, but still no wine for now - and no spicy food, which he loves.
Just had a bowl of wonderful nectarines with Trader Joe's chocolate bonbons (dark Belgian chocolate and vanilla ice cream). Yum.
Have a good Friday everyone
LYNETTE – When I had my knee replacements, I could not do all the exercises as described. My physio adapted those so that I got some benefit. Sorry to say I am very lazy and now only do my back exercises daily.
Another cold day, max 10 C. I went out to fetch vacuum cleaner bags, soup bone and library books – not all from the same place! I had requested the books as an inter-library loan. The requests trickle in as couriers from various libraries delivers one after another; still one more book to come. The soup bone was a lovely big ham bone with oodles of meat left on it. I left it to simmer while I had lunch and watched my daily dose of doom & gloom (news report). By the time I remembered, the meat fell away and I was able to deposit the bone in the bin 5 mins before rubbish truck called. I shall make the soup tomorrow.
Just a thought
Roaming free as the breeze What's to stop me or why? I can live as I please Open road, open sky. (song)
In reply to Annette in SoCal:
Annette - I too had the thought about the ABs as it was just a telephone consultation but I thing because I was bringing up some horrid stuff she thought it may be bacterial.
Day 2 of the new tabs and still coughing and still muck on chest - so will carry on.
Here in Suffolk its hot and humid and expected to rise to 28 degrees however my poor Son and Family in London are due for 38 degrees! I expect the children will be in just pants and nappies.
Daughter in Silverstone is due 34 degrees.
Diane - Thanks for the cocoon update - I too think that a beauty emerged!
Stay cool everyone.
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