I HAD MY OP four weeks ago. it's been a steady improvement ever since. Walking slowly immediately with a stick, then after a week at Gail's the two day drive home was comfortable and when she left two days later i felt quite OK to be home alone, even without a licence.
Since then my natural length stride has returned and i'm allowed to drive since midweek, and i've had A BATH!! pure heaven after weeks of waiting. and no painkillers since last week - i probably could have stopped earlier. It's been remarkable.
Good old Derek drove me and helped set up the stall
|Clair Bates with her basketweaving|
Six hours tuesday and wednesday, i was completely stuffed but i got to use my new eftpos card reader. Sales were so easy. lots of people in drifts, afternoon was a bit of a waste of time but it was good just to be putting on a lively event for inter and intrastate visitors.
Then on Sunday our lovely old stone St John's Anglican church celebrated it's 150th with a day of prayer, speeches and live music, with CWA food and Scouts sausage sizzle and our market filling up the grounds. i made around $300 each market day so it was definitely worth doing and good to catch up with everyone too.
AND NO PLANS to do anything similar for a very long time. Rest and knitting this week.
|Kathy from Nolen's Flowers and Garden|
The moon is so bright at night it feels like a full moon already. next one is a super blood moon with
eclipse on Wednesday.
EAST SKY WEST SKY - two nights ago.
today it's raining!!!!