Saturday, July 14, 2018

Over the last month I have been having health problems and investigations.
So far nothing sinister has turned up and I feel hopeful that I may have turned a corner
and can at least resume the next chapter of 'An Imperfect Life' as I catch up with
everything else I have neglected.
Here's hoping and thank you for your endless patience.
Lot of love,


kenju said...

I hope whatever was wrong has gone and you are on the mend!!

savannah said...

I'll be here when you're here, dear lady! Be well! xoxox said...

Hence the trips to Taunton? Musgrave Park? My sister did her house training there many years ago. Hope all your tests are clear and it turns out to be something innocuous.

Take things easy, we will be here to see the next installment whenever you are ready.

kenju said...

I am glad they found nothing! Hope you feel better soon.

Exile on Pain Street said...

All good wishes to you from across the great divide. Know you are missed.

DUTA said...

No news is good news, as they say. It was probably what we call false alarm.
Feel well!

Z said...

One would always rather know what the problem has been, but sometimes have to shrug and move on. I hope you're feeling better and soon recover completely.

Kim Ayres said...

Lots of ((hugs))

angryparsnip said...

I have been thinking of you so much lately.
Hope you will be feeling better soon.

cheers, parsnip

Ponita in Real Life said...

Wishing you a gentle but speedy recover, Pat. Hopefully just some random bug that has run its course and you can regain strength and vitality. Warm hugs.

Pat said...

Judy: thank you. I am feeling better and sleeping better - in spite of the heat.

Exile: feeling all the better from hearing from you.

Savannah: I knew I could rely on you.xoxox

roseneath: so far it has been all at the Nuffield. So far so good and I'm feeling more in control and regaining my confidence.

Duta: thank you for our encouraging words.

Zoe: I know what the initial problem has been and hopeful
the solution goes on working. The problem is that the medics want to do yet another investigation about which I'm reluctant in case it stirs it all up again. Fortunately I will have the opportunity to have a full and frank discussion with the next consultant O see.

Kim: I suppose cyber hugs are better than no hugs.

Parsnip: thank you Gayle. Good thoughts are always welcome.

Ponita: thank you- I am feeling more myself and confident I can continue my independent life a while longer and if I can maintain that for my granddaughter's wedding next July I can't ask for more.