I've been sleeping well, but not for long. I find it difficult to go back to sleep if hubby isn't fully settled. I've been out of sink with my migraine all last week. I have a phone consultation with the oncologist later this month and as I haven't been recalled for an iron infusion I can only assume the blood test was OK. Hopefully I can be signed off now to manage my diet myself, although I've not been doing that too well recently, hence the migraines. I'm seriously hoping it just stays wheat related and I don't have to cut out all gluten.
36 Saturday In a foul mood all day, lack of sleep, migraine and kitchen taking FOREVER (I understand why) I spent the day in my pjs, even popping next door for a cuppa late afternoon. We've always got an audience when cooking.
37 Sunday Off to visit child 1 to celebrate her 34th birthday, we took her out for a drink then shared some cake with her back in her home. Afternoon spent on laptop and cutting out new bunting shapes. Migraine coming to an end, went to sleep for a couple of hours. I sorted out my wardrobe for when I start work at the end of the month.
38 Monday Early morning blogging and catching up with comments. Off to the tip, got some photos printed, took the washing to the laundrette. Afternoon spent making curtains, cushion cover and bunting.
The wall tiles are going on.
39 Tuesday More sewing, blogging, sorting photos.
Sharing the love with Child 1 and Grandchildren.
40 Wednesday As above and packed for our trip to Northern Ireland.
41 Thursday Early start to the day and off to Liverpool for the ferry to Belfast. It was an 8 hour journey. We booked the lounge for us and a kennel for Bob and we let him out on lead and fed him during the journey. We read, slept and watched TV we'd downloaded.
42 Friday Cold and frosty morning as we walked the dogs, then off out in the afternoon for a few hours and one to one Freddie time in the evening. We had 2 feeds, 3 nappy changes and 2 nap times.
On the blog this week:
I've been keeping myself busy with sewing. What I made in January.