Not too much so far – a couple inches #blizzard2016 The dog is acting weirdly still and the boy is dancing to ‘penguins of Madagascar’ G&T time
Wood, water and bananas in – check Car in – check Everyone home – check All offices closed – check And so it begins…
The schools are closed, the shelves in the supermarket are out of anything vaguely useful, the government closes at 12, the Metro and bus services are closing this afternoon, all activities are cancelled or postponed – we are almost ready for this storm – 18-30 inches forecast with strong winds and snow thunder. This morning is going to find us gathering torches / flashlights and making sure we have enough water to last… Read More »
I thought this would be a good place to put our Christmas letter – it is one less thing for you to recycle.
I am so close now to coming out of this cast that it doesn’t seem as if it is really going to happen. Come Friday I will be able to shower without a plastic bag around my cast, wash my feet, shave my left leg and sleep in relative comfort. OK, so I will still have a pneumatic boot, but all the listed activities will be new to me (or since Sept anyway)! All the… Read More »
I am driving again – this is a huge deal! The feeling of sitting behind the wheel of my lovely car again was great – it just feels so good to be mobile and semi-independent. Even though realistically if I did go shopping, my purchases would sit mouldering in the car until removed by someone else, and I can’t reach everything on the shelves from an electronic wheelchair it still feels great to know that theoretically I could pop out for a pint of milk.
We are also Granny-less for a couple of days – Scotty Granny left yesterday, but happily Funny Granny is coming tomorrow! I have no idea how could manage without them – so a big shout out for the Grannies!
Walking is getting easier and I am hoping to be crutch free next week…!
Yesterday released me from the last eight weeks of mainly sitting around on my bum.
Roaming around the inlets, islands and open ocean searching for whales, sealions, seals, otters, bears and eagles has been a feature of this summer’s vacations on both sides of the country.
Returning to one of the most formative places that I ever lived in was always going to be interesting.
My sanity over the past eight weeks has been maintained by sorting out photos from this year