The 21st & 22nd; I can barely stand.
The 21st of July. Today has been so much nicer. It is warm enough to not have to wear a cardigan but not so warm that I'm incapable of breathing. This is what I would like all the time please.
I woke up when my alarm went off, but then went back to sleep for half an hour. The kittens are super hungry when I got their breakfast to them. This morning I did a blog post (I should stop putting that in. You know when I do a blog post. They're here.) and had some more wool delivered. It was on sale, and I have plans for it - some green, glittery wool will make a Christmas hat, and some pink baby wool is for a baby blanket.
This afternoon, I have done much crocheting, not on the projects mentioned above though. Poppy the flowerpot cat, from the same pattern as the teacup cat I posted. Speaking of cats, we had a visit from Oscar! He actually came into the house and was very interested in smelling the doors the kittens are behind, so I had to move him on from there. We had a lovely time in the garden though. He's so big now! Just a huge ball of foofiness.
Following him around with my phone was really painful. I swear my back is getting worse. I can't wait for these appointments to come through because I can barely stand without support.
The 22nd of July.
I am super sleepy. I took 100mg of Tramadol earlier because the pain in my back was off the charts. I have been in agony for most of the day. Moving around this morning was ghastly. Anyway, the Tramadol did not help, not even in a happy-making way, but now it is leaving my system and I'm drowsy.
Another quiet day. Trying more to move too much because it hurts, and I can't even crochet because my hand keeps cramping up. Not helpful! Only real activity today has been taking the kittens to the vet for their second vaccinations. We managed to get four in pretty easily, but then Nadia was under the chair. We were able to tempt her out with Dreamies, but she was still not in a position for us to pick her up. She slowly got through the trail we had laid out and we were able to sneak up on her. She was not thrilled but we got her in.
At the vet, a lady came out with two dogs, one of whom was very sleepy, obviously after an anaesthetic. Then it was our turn, and they were all fairly well-behaved, except for Nadia who held onto the carrier for dear life, daft thing. No concerns about anyone, they've all put on weight, although it would be good if Nova could put on some more. She's only 50g more than Nettie, who is 5 weeks younger than her, so that shows how small she is. The rest are 400-500g heavier.
I am thinking of my followers and friends in Germany tonight. It is so sad and nonsensical. You are loved.