Well, I feel like a limp lettuce today! Not really surprising after the events of yesterday. Lovely Husband had to endure a very unpleasant medical procedure at the hospital. He was worried about the operation itself and also what might be found. Over the preceding few days, he had to take some horrible meds and also deal with a nasty diet which was very difficult for him to manage as he also suffers from diabetes. Of course, I was also very worried for him and, as you may know, worry and stress exacerbate my own conditions. I really wanted to be able to support him through this ordeal.
Yesterday, I was determined to go with him to the hospital so that I could be there for him and also drive him home afterwards, if necessary. I was so scared that my own illnesses would prevent me from doing this or, somehow, put the spotlight on me rather than on him. Anyway, it all turned out fine in the end. The procedure was successful and the results were excellent. We are both so relieved! LH is slowly ticking off a list of issues that he is having to face and, so far, everything has been fine.
Today has been restful. We were both very tired and I have spent the day mostly in bed, managing a few easy household tasks. I did try to get up and I did get dressed, but quickly realised that being out of bed was too much for me. So, here is today’s outfit, even if I only wore it for a few minutes!
- White cotton crew necked t-shirt – Sainsbury’s Tu.
- Bright navy cotton mix cardigan – Lands’ End.
- Navy and white linen trousers – Isle Collection.
- Blue resin and silver earrings.
- Blue iris leather and white gold Vara bow bracelet – Ferragamo.
- Silk scarf, 70cm, in ivory and blue – Laws of the Game of Cricket – Liberty of London. Tied in a simple criss-cross knot using a bias fold and a MaiTai horn scarf ring.
I hope that the lovely weather continues over the weekend and that you all have a wonderful time.
Excellent choices for you !! Glad to hear that the medical stuff is no tgoing badly for your hubby. Can I make a suggestion for you that couol dhelp you ( I am currenlty injured -4 whiplashes in less than 1 yr and can’t do much of anything but wnted to try and get in better shape as the lack of movement and such is hurting me I think more). I found this really neat little gadget that you can download the free app to your phone, ipad, ipod, etc and it is actually being used by PTs here in Canada so I don’t have to pay the horrible amount I have been to them. It is called the Activ5 and is great for those injured, diasabled, children , seniors ,etc and can be used standing or sitting. Check it out- I think it is something you might really like and might help you feel better- I know it is working really well for me and I have
only been using it a week