So I have missed a whole two days of blogging.
Sunday was hectic and yesterday pretty busy too.
Also, have had a bit of a blogging vacuum.
Todays pictures are taken with the small camera.
The batteries went flat on the other one.
I must say I am impressed with the colour.
I think it more true than the more expensive camera.
Thank you for the offer of help with my posts Dribbling Pensioner.
I shall try to e-mail you today sometime.
Now what is my news?
After two days I should have some.
First….Wendy had her first chemo yesterday.
It took nearly all day.
Not the chemo but all the preparation.
She had to piddle out TWO litres of water.
For reasons unknown.
When they eventually put her on the second drip(the first one was only ten minutes) she slept through most of the procedure.
So far so good.
She has had no nausea whatsoever though she has been warned this might occur on day three.
Some of the people vomited while they were on the drip.
She seems to have been very fortunate.
I made a big pot of lovely stew for supper and she polished off a huge plateful.
I think tonight might be steak and kidney pie.
However, I might change my mind.
It is very hot here today.
I might not feel like slaving over a hot stove.
It is wonderful having Wendy with me.
Even under the circumstances.
We are up at five in the morning.
I love it.
I have just received my e-ticket for our trip.
I have gone up two dress sizes.
If I wore dresses.
Which I don’t.
Not so yippee!!!!
I have just come back from lunch.
It is a corker outside.
I am glad I walked this morning.
Though I didn’t feel like it at the time.
This was in our papers yesterday.
Hundreds of delegates from about 200 countries were kept waiting for the start of UN climate talks on Monday for more than 40 minutes because the president of host South Africa, Jacob Zuma, arrived late.
Why am I not surprised.
Way to go Mr.Pres.
He was probably working on his service delivery.
But we won’t go into that.
Oh good grief.
Haven’t I finished this post yet?
I had better get it off now or it will never go.