So, like a Rorschach test, you can tell what is on my mind. Colin and I were browsing Takealot dot com, and came across this pic. At the same moment, we both said – “they sell transfer boards now”? HA HA HA
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…]
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…]