I think this heat has affected us all in one way or another. We've had all the windows and doors open and fans on but there's still no air to breath hardly. They forecast a washout for today but it's been scorching again. The storm last night didn't clear the air at all.
Thanks for that tip, Aubs. I had my final check up with the eye doctor, who was very pleased with my vision. (So am I.) I have been doing some things that I've been putting off for a while and I feel better for a bit of progress.
It is a bit cooler today, thank goodness. I am in a cheerful frame of mind. I feel I am on top of things now. OH is still in hospital, but he is up and about and seems fine. He has stopped asking me to get him out of there. He must be ready for coming out any day now. I talk to him most days on the phone. Sometimes he doesn't know me and sometimes he does. I have no idea where he will be going because he needs a higher level of care than the home he was in can provide.
Post by goodlookingone on Aug 15, 2020 17:31:54 GMT
That's a big problem, althea. I have no idea what to say. From this distance, there is Nothing that indicates a course of action.. I'm guessing you will need advice (or narrow the options) from the Medical/nursing Bods. Then you will know what Vacancies to look at: (at the risk of stating the obvious)
Post by goodlookingone on Aug 18, 2020 11:54:05 GMT
Was awoken at the crack of dawn with the alarm. It needed only minimal effort to thwart awakeness, BUT the clock still showed the same time - I think I must have wound the alarm instead of the time. I manage to sleep until the Crack of NOON.... The first decent sleep after some sleepless night I'm almost awake now - and just realizing how miserable being awake is... Perhaps someone can give me another alarm call in a few hours......
By gum, I wish I could sleep that long. I'm usually in bed for 11pm and up at 4.30am. It's a life time habit I just can't get out of. My daughters could sleep for the UK in the Olympic games but not me.