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Monday, 6 April 2015

Easter 2015

Yesterday I wallowed in my convalescence. Daughter High Horse and son W arrived with granddaughter Katie.  HH, unaided, cooked us a full scale Easter chicken dinner - that was after the egg hunt.

Tomorrow I go to my gp's nurse to have the stitches removed from my appendics operation ten days ago and all seems to be progressing well. I had booked the caravan at Brora (NE coast Scotland) to go and do some Marilyns there from 22nd April, but that is now looking doubtful, but if I do feel anything like I will take proper medical advice before making a decision. I have further plans for a 300 mile backpacker but we will have to see.







7 comments:

John J said...

Don't knock it - you're being fed....and hopefully you won't have to do the washing up!
It's good to hear that you're progressing well.
Best wishes,
JJ

Sir Hugh said...

JJ - perhaps my wording was ambiguous, I wasn't knocking but wallowing pleasurably.

D for dishwasher.

Thanks for your good wishes.

welshpaddler said...

Man plans, God laughs!

afootinthehills said...

Glad you're progressing well and haven't abandoned your walking plans Conrad. All the best, G&L

Sir Hugh said...

welshpaddler - so what does that say about the supposedly all caring all loving God?

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afoot - Thanks Martin. Yesterday I had a phone conversation with an old friend who has medical knowledge who would normally advocate caution and careful convalescence, but refreshingly she was gung-ho and more or less ordered me to get myself off to Scotland - very encouraging.

afootinthehills said...

Me Gibson, Conrad. Yes, my medical friend would say the same. Best get a move on then and get that van packed

Sir Hugh said...

Afoot - sorry about the mis-naming, probably shows I'm not as recovered as I thought, but I'm feeling more positive now. Thanks for your encouragement.