It was the Vicar and his wife’s 80th birthdays, so the family decided to have a small reunion at Addo. Cath and Craig set it all up, catered, and did everything so we all rocked up and had a lovely weekend. Here are some wonderful photos taken by Adon who as it turns out, is … [Read more…]
Maybe it is because I am getting old(er), but I am not happy that my language is changing simply because people consistently get it wrong. I don’t know that I understand it completely, but things like commas are added to make plurals, abbreviations are made incorrectly, and words are dropped because it is too difficult … [Read more…]
I can’t decide if it can be gluten-free if it contains chops and not chocolate. HA HA HA These yummy-looking cookies at our local hypermarket.
Today we walked down to the Fireblaze roadhouse, just for a trip outside the house.
I finally got around to having my hearing test again after years and years of knowing I am not hearing properly. I did have hearing aids when I started my first job and could not hear on the phone. I got a really cool pair which streams to my phone via Bluetooth, and I can … [Read more…]
A photo taken at the rehab amputee wing: Just goes to show that any of us can donate our organs and or skeleton to science fiction 🙂
Colin’s shoulders are stronger, but they still need a lot of work. Yesterday, we got to try a different manual chair. This one seems like it may be the one that works for him. Here you can see him pushing himself. A major achievement considering he could hardly move his right arm AT ALL just … [Read more…]
Colin has new physio goals. Perhaps the most important is to assist with transfers and to be able to shift himself in his chair. It is amazing how well he is doing, and the progress he is making with the help of the physio and Jabu. Jabu works him relentlessly with both passive exercises to … [Read more…]
There is another “level” (see what I did there?) to spinal cord injury. No matter what level the spinal injury occurs, the injury can either be complete, or incomplete. A complete injury means the nerves are no longer connected above and below the injury. In an incomplete injury, some or all of the nerves are … [Read more…]