My life with Multiple Sclerosis plus my fish and chips dinners and the Bacon Sandwiches (I love Bacon)and the seaside at Margate in Thanet on the Kent coast. I have had Primary Progressive MS for over 20 years and now get around in a wheelchair but with a smile on my face. Disabled Don.
Sunday, 19 March 2017
Home alone But not like the movie
Today has been a complete whirlwind. Our son surprised us yesterday coming home from Qatar for a few days the only person who knew he was coming was his eldest sister and she only knew because he needed picking up from the airport! So nine for breakfast over two sittings and people coming and going it has been like Piccadilly Station. Grandsons to Rugby another to Football etc etc. So as you can imagine I am exhausted. Well this afternoon the grandsons were booked in for cinema at Westgate, the Carlton Cinema has seats from £2.50 fantastic value. I now find myself at home alone as our son has gone to catch up with a couple
of mates and I expect they are watching the Liverpool Manchester City
match in a pub somewhere. After the mayhem of earlier I am sitting here
with the skiing on the telly but the volume is turned down and I have
been left a supply of goodies to nibble on (most of which I have already
devoured) As of yet no burglars have tried to gain access so unlike Kevin McCallister
the unfortunate star of the film I am safe and sound.
And I am enjoying the fact I am home alone it has given me time to recover from the madness of the earlier part of the day and build up my strength for when they all get back in a while. Right
where did I put those earplugs.