I’m not quite ready to report on Sunday in its entirety, though I will get round to it in a day or two.
The driving went OK, helped considerably by a knee brace. I suffered a little last night, but the knee recovered as I slept and wasn’t too bad today.
Had my dressing changed this morning and progress is looking good – new skin forming and I’m hopeful that another week should see things just about healed.
Then I had a pneumonia vaccination, which was a surprise, as I didn’t think I could have one until I was 65. It’s always nice to get something for nothing.
Went to work and did another half day without a problem. Planning to do full days on Thursday and Saturday.The return to work is going quite well.
Adjusted my seating arrangements at home. I’m no longer putting my leg up, but this puts less strain on my knee, so it’s a good trade off. I have a telephone consultation booked with a physiotherapist on Friday to discuss this further.
The return to writing is not progressing quite as well as I had hoped, but it is progressing, even if it is very slow.
Asked my uncle about the day the school was bombed when I saw him on Sunday. It had occurred to me that although I knew my Mum had been there, my uncle and one of my aunts must also have been there. He was there, so I have another note to add to the family history.
Number One son reports that he is a little stiff from doing the Great North Run yesterday and that his time was in the top 5.000. As I’m a little stiff from just sitting in the car, I wouldn’t mind swapping with him. I’d be happy to be in the first 50,000.
Tried a few photos when I got home, but mostly blurred by a mix of wind and poor photography.