Yesterday I travelled to Oxfordshire to the town of Banbury. The purpose of the journey was to undergo an operation on my arm to create a Fistula. The first stage of a process which will lead to Dialysis. The past couple of weeks have been challenging as I have come to terms with the magnitude … Continue reading Fistula
The ring of the alarm. 7 am Morning comes too soon. On a good night I've been up twice. But sometimes thrice. Early hours ablutions. Within minutes they are up. Wife an daughter. Showers, hairdryers, dressed, breakfast out. The hustle and bustle of a typical morning followed by Silence. The house is quiet. Maybe another … Continue reading New Norm
A second contribution to the photo challenge on the theme of Waiting In our new garden there are raspberry bushes and every few days we are able to harvest fresh raspberries- well worth the wait!
A contribution to this week's photo challenge on the theme of Waiting In Africa you learn to wait. Whether its food at a restaurant where you might wait at least an hour after you order (the longest was three hours!) or as in this case waiting in traffic in one of the large cities. These … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Waiting (in Africa)
Music to wait by. A selection of tracks with the theme of waiting taken from my iTunes. Another bit of Saturday fun. In tribute to the wait yesterday. Waiting in Vain - Bob Marley and Wailers Waiting in Vain - Annie Lennox Waiting For A Train - Flash and the Pan Waiting Game - Swing Out … Continue reading Waiting Playlist
It's become routine. Anything up to to four hours at the hospital. Waiting. Waiting in a queue of cars on the bypass. Waiting to find a parking space. Waiting for blood at Clinic 7. Waiting for nurses to do the tests. Waiting for tablets at the pharmacy. Waiting for chemotherapy on Ingham Ward. Waiting.... Waiting.... … Continue reading Waiting Times