Sunday, 11 October 2020

I saw the light


 I've taken this photo as it's started to go dark outside and I wanted to show you how bright the LED lights in the mirror in our en-suite bathroom are. Unfortunately we seem to have had an electrical fault and we are unable to turn off the lights. When the door is shut the light from the en-suite shines through the gaps and underneath the door and illuminates our bedroom. This is not conducive to a good night's sleep.

I have sent an email to the bathroom company asking that they send their electrician to rectify the fault, explaining that although the job was completed in January I have been having all this surgical and medical treatment during lock down and need the lights turned off. Hubby has removed the fuse temporarily but that then means we can't use the extractor fan while having a shower and we're in the dark when using the other facilities. I've just spoken to our daughter and she tells me if they don't rectify the problem then this will make a good news story, I'm sure they won't want the bad publicity.

I must apologise to my lovely blog friends who left a comment on my previous blog post which I later deleted, I did read them and thank you. I started my fifteen radiotherapy treatments last week and by day two I was having a serious wobble that I didn't want to go through with it but then of course my chances of survival would have been reduced. I think half the problem is having all this happen to me during lock down restrictions and no visitors allowed in the hospital. I know I have the love and support of family and friends but it's been a long and lonely journey.

Last day of term

  This morning was the last day of term at the puppy graduation classes. Jane the organiser had phoned me during the week to say that she wa...