Well, Helen is helping me with the blog again this week –and what a week!!
It all started off with a trip to the Bridge to see Chelsea who were victorious once again.
On Wednesday the 24th we went out for my birthday, the kids treated us to an Indian. The plan was to have a BBQ but as I had a little turn Helen decided we should go out to the local Indian. Very nice it was too, although very expensive but the kids paid.
On Thursday the Macmillan nurse came out to visit and suggested I went to the hospice to try to sort out my medication. This was to restore safe levels and remedy my instability when walking, as well as decreasing the hallucinations. Anyway, I was admitted to the Garden House Hospice where the reduction started on Friday. The staff are lovely and I’m very comfortable in here. The doctors would like to accommodate my passion for Chelsea, so they have decided not to reduce again until Friday 3rd May as Bootsy is talking me to Chelsea on Thursday evening.
Oh, by the way Chelsea have 1 foot in the Europa Cup final after winning 2-1 in the first leg in Basel last night.
Thank you for your continued support and next week there will be a list of up and coming events.
There is however a ladies day which Faye Tracey is organising on May 11th at 3pm (Men allowed in at 7pm). Tickets are £25 which includes afternoon tea, pimms, champers and entertainment. Dress code – ASCOT. More details from email@example.com
Vincent James said:
Colin and Helen,
Good blog and hope that getting back onto the right levels with the medication is working. You will be on a high after the result last night and get the tickets for Amsterdaam ? 15 May.Keep being positive for you and Helen
Speak soon , Vincent James
Alan Cross said:
Hi Colin and Helen
Keep up the sterling work with the blog, it brings smiles all round.
Alan & Ella