Now, Welcome Home Sopicat !
He's hardly left me since he came home, only to use his tray ! bless him, he must think I'm going to leave him at the hospital again. The nurses said he was 'singing', but I know that meant he was shouting for me - he gets very vocal. He always was a Mommy's boy and I'm feeling very guilty. You can't see it on the pic but on his front paw he has a yellow bandage with green bones on it ! this is where he had the drips inserted.
Anyway, he's much improved, not 100% yet, but with his condition (FIV) it takes a lot of care and meds to get him right. He's having anything he wants right now, and then some, as the vet said, he has me wrapped around his paw ! he's so worth it.
While he was napping this morning, I cleared a corner of the conservatory in the hope I can start using my sewing machine again. I have so little room here, it's hard to find a space where it can be left up.
I got a corner sorted, then took the lid off and had a shock, it's been such a while since I last used it, it was
I'm looking forward to some stitching later. Those of you creative types will realise just how frustrating it is when you want to get on with some crafting, but can't for whatever reason.
Note to self: keep the space for the machine clear in future.
On Sunday I walked to my local Tesco, about 4 miles, I had to cross a footbridge over the M54. I saw loads of people on the bridge, some were sitting down, more were stopping and joining the group. I thought there had been an accident and asked what the problem was. It was the annual motor cycle run from Shrewsbury to Cosford Air Force base, and they were due to come along any time. I thought the road had gone quiet - it had been closed at the other end for safety reasons.
The cyclists started to come through, it was a magnificent sight, there was an escort of police, ambulance and other 'official' bikers, all with lights flashing. Then came 3,500 cheery souls on their machines, it was lovely to see and I was so glad I happened across the bridge at that time.
They were sounding their horns and flashing lights and waving at the people on the bridges, and I was waving back like a big kid ! the atmosphere was great.
Thank goodness for charitable minded people like them who gave up their Sunday to raise money for the Air Ambulance.