Friday, October 18, 2013

A thank you.


Thanks for the helpful suggestions but I’m the one who needs fixing today.

Probably a mild reaction from my trip on Tuesday

In the end I did as I always but did a smaller amount.  It’s worked for me.

Have a good weekendJ

 

32 comments:

maurcheen said...

Hope you are well fixed! :¬)

xxx

Pat said...

maurcheen: not really. Today is a day for lying low.

John Greenwood said...

Aaww, hugs! :-/ xx

Pat said...

John: :)

Ms Scarlet said...

A day in watching bad telly, reading rubbish magazines, and eating cake, can be soothing.
Hope you are feeling much better soon, Pat.
Sxxx

maurcheen said...

Well then I hope you are well relaxed, and doing what Scarlet suggests. :¬)

xxx

LL Cool Joe said...

Oh I feel I missed something, I hope you feel better soon, and your weekend goes okay. Life has a habit of ebbing and flowing doesn't it? Not very good English but you know what I mean.

Look after yourself. Do some things you love.

Pat said...

Scarlet and Maurcheen: great advice:) Have just watched Hitchcock's 'The Lady Vanishes' and had the pleasure of seeing an old acting mate Charles Oliver, who played General Burgoyne in my production of 'The Devil's Disciple'.
Thank you for that.

Joey: I tripped up a kerb last week - just some grazes and bruises
but it caught up with me a few days later.
Happily a lovely young van driver stopped and lifted me on my feet again. Moral: don't try to do 6 different things in a short space of time.

rosneath said...

glad you treated yourself to a day of peace and quiet ... I can't recall the last time I had one of those!

hope the grazes and bruises have now faded but not the memory of the lovely young man .... !

Pat said...

roseneath: well peace and quiet and a bit of curtain hanging. I've just had MRL's study redecorated and am slowly putting it together again minus dozens of cardboard boxes. That's me done for the day:)

lom said...

Ice-cream, that's what you need. Ice-cream cures most things :D

Granny Annie said...

Love the pictures and knew they would be worth the wait. Take care of yourself my friend:)

Pat said...

Lom: raspberries and vanilla yoghurt:)

Granny Annie: xoxoxoxox

kenju said...

I missed something too - hope you are soon good as new.

Pat said...

Judy: I had a quiet productive day
- a good book to read and feel fine. Thank you Judy.

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Well,somehow I missed something, too...! Glad you are feeling a bit better, dear Pat....falls can be a caution, as they say....Oh, do be careful dear dear Pat...We need you here continuing to take your BEAUTIFUL pictures and sharing the magical place you live with all of us---And sharing who you are, too!.....Enjoying your Sunday, I hope....
It's too early to tell, here 6000 miles away....lol!

Mage said...

I find a ten minute stay in a hot, hot bath or tub helps after a fall. Hugs to ya.

Pat said...

Naomi: I didn't write about it in the blog until I felt better.
Physically I was fine - just a bit weepy in reaction. I was very cheered that I didn't break anything and have taken the plunge and booked a holiday for next May.
Something to look forward to:)

Chef Files said...

Och hen, sorry to hear you are feeling a wee bit peely-wally. I hope you're better soon. Try some iced tea and add fresh lemon. It's a natural pick-me-up.

Pat said...

Chef: It is just a bit chilly here for your nice pick-me-up but thank you for your warm thoughts.
I'm fine again:)

rashbre said...

Trusting you are making a good recovery.

I've not done that, but have walked into a slow moving automatic glass door in the past. A) it hurt and B) it was quite embarrassing. Luckily it was my forehead more than my nose that took the hit.

Pat said...

Rashbre: ouch that must have hurt.
All glass doors/windows should be clearly marked.
I wonder if you took avoiding action to avoid your nose being hurt. I did - in mid-air - so landed on my side instead of full frontal.

About Last Weekend said...

Sounds like you've had a lot of running around. (Even watching Morris Dancing is exhausting!) After a day like that I usually have a lying low day too. Hope you're okay.

Pat said...

ALW: apart from a worrying new tendency to eat cake I'm good as new:)

Guyana-Gyal said...

Dearest Pat, I hope you're feel well today x x

Pat said...

GG: thank you. Well and sensible today - so after walking down a river in torrential rain to the town and back again I eschewed lunch at the Queen's Head and luckily was here when the carpet men came early. I have had MTL's study redecorated and had a sad moment when it looked immaculate.
However now with all his old photos and books and books replaced it's his again.

Kevin Musgrove said...

I'd recommend prodigious amounts of tea, Jaffa cakes and a bunch of out-of-print detective stories.

Take care now.

Pat said...

Kevin: is tea and Battenburg OK?
Trouble is it makes me dream of sugar. And I've just bought Morrissey's memoirs.

savannah said...

glad you're feeling better, sugar! xoxoxoxo

Mage said...

So hope you are doing better today. Hugs.

Kim Ayres said...

((hugs))

Pat said...

savannah, Mage and Kim: xoxoxoxoxoxoxox