The 1st & 2nd; Not a great start.
The 1st of January. Happy New Year! Not feeling my best - not hungover (obviously, my tongue can't cope with alcohol), but all the rest of my body is still misbehaving. My feet have been quite calm today, but other things are not so good: my hands and fingers are still sore, my right arm is still massive, and I woke up with really sensitive eyes again. Think I might have to go see someone at the eye hospital. Not to mention my ulcerated tongue. Oh and I'm still coughing, so yeah, not a great start to the year.
Most of today has been crocheting. This morning I sat with the kittens while blogging and watching New Year Brunch. Grandma came for the afternoon, and we had game casserole for New Year's Day lunch, followed by sticky toffee pudding with extra chopped up fudge.
I then spent two and a half hours crocheting the green stripe of my blanket and watching Mirror Mirror, occasionally massaging the base of my right thumb to stop it cramping up.
She shuffles around,
Turning the lights out,
Closes the window,
Checks on the locks.
Folds up the blanket,
Empties the bottle
And leaves it in the hallway, dark.
She's just glad she gets to be around
To see another Spring to come to this town.
Happy New Year, Happy New Year
The 2nd of January.
Bleah, I feel like garbage. My eye is sore again today, and everything else is still the same, maybe my hands and feet are marginally better? Plus now I'm sporting multiple scratches from the kittens because they hate the worming medicine. Thankfully today was the last day they need to have it.
Daddy drove Christine home today, so they left at about 11 after she got a bit sad saying goodbye to the kittens. Speaking of whom, they will be disappearing to an adoption centre on Wednesday or Thursday. Then I will be sad.
This afternoon I did mainly crocheting and watching Nashville (I have eight episodes on the box to watch, and I got through two). Shaki came round just after half three to show me this Cats Protection database system called Catalog (see what they did there?) and ended up staying for two hours talking about all sorts of branch stuff. Lots of change afoot and streamlining of some areas which will hopefully make life easier.
I need a really big sleep. Tomorrow we need to ring the QE because I need to see someone about the mess that is my body, and I need to start ringing potential adopters again.