After a few days of feeling tired today has been a better day. Naomi and Laura were here this afternoon and we made Peppa pig cakes they loved making them and both ended up with chocolate icing around there faces , the kitchen is a tip . Frazer enjoyed eating the cake they dropped on the floor. Michelle and Frazer xx
Coo, it sounds like Frazer got the best deal, watched you doing the hard work and got treats thrown in
It was good fun Sonia but I’ve got the jelly legs back today and tiredness. I used a few days spoons up …borrowed from the rest of the week ( spoon theory ) Molly was a respite and I’ve got Christine my carer on Friday. I love pushing the boat out . I met Isabelle after school too she wanted to buy a new hoody so we went on the bus to the outlet we didn’t stay out long it’s amazing how you can push through it I think because I’m in the wheelchair when we are out it’s deceiving , I often feel exhausted but can rest in the chair. I must admit I felt sick on the way back but I was travelling backwards so that didn’t help. Frazer enjoyed himself we went in Harry ramsdens for our tea…Frazer such a good dog he always lays quietly on his blanket under the table at cafes ect. I saved him some fish for when we got out of the restaurant. Michelle and Frazer xx
Frazer is a dream, I love it that he’s such a gent Always useful when you’re out of spoons too
Those damned buses make us go backwards. The signage on the window blocks our view as well.
But the days out and the bursts of energy are worth it.
Stay cool and lovely.
Steve, woof. x
You are right Steve the windows are often filthy and you can’t see out properly and travelling backwards is awful when I already feel dizzy and hung over. But its worth it to go out . Being disabled means I’m free on the bus and I’ve got very good at getting in and out of the space, it is easy now I’ve got the smaller chair and the turning circle is is excellent. I just wish we had a better bus service. Michelle and Frazer xx
I used to hate catching buses & still do. They’re still a lot cheaper than taxis though. The thought of waiting half an hour in the rain, when I set out to catch the timed service. Then having to cope with some brain dead thug requesting money. Simply because they see you looking at your phone & replying to texts. All those things, forced me to keep driving. I do love bus journies. Looking out the window at the world & going places I chose. The bus services don’t go them places these days, so I’m very greatful to drive. Thanks self. Enjoy life Michelle & do what you choose to do. Terry