Monday, October 19, 2015

Rolling, Rolling, Rolling

You would think that spending 6 weeks in a wheelchair with a broken foot would give you plenty of time to blog. And it does give time! But if you do not do too much or go anywhere, there isn't much inspiration for blogging. 

I have pretty much mastered the art of maneuvering around the apartment. We now know that if this situation ever happens again, we could live in this apartment. The only hinderances are the outside door threshholds, and there are solutions for that. And actually my in-laws (who were the original owners) had ramps installed everywhere, and we removed them when we moved in. How dumb was that?

But we do sometimes leave the apartment. And my hub is learning every single time how to make managing a wheelchair an easier task. 

Saturday we were invited for afternoon tea at a friend's home. Long story short, my hub had bumped into his best high school friend's younger sister while getting a new lens for his glasses. M. recognized my hub (I think she thought he was my father-in-law!), shared a few family/friends memories, and invited us over to visit. So Saturday we went to M. and her partner's home and enjoyed a few hours of stories and remembrances of "life before Linda." It was indeed interesting to get another perspective on what life must have been like in the family over 40 years ago. M. is nine years younger than my hub, so her outlook was not always the way my hub had described things. Even family member relationships were different. This all made for a fun afternoon.

Before we arrived for our tea visit, we saw this

And this

And we visited a Thrift Shop nearby and bought enough yarn to keep me supplied here from now until eternity, a "gently used" red suitcase, some kitchen baking tins, and a glass cake pedestal that may never hold an American style cake (since my hub hates them!).

Tomorrow we will head out for another drive in the country. 
Must keep those wheels rolling!


Joanne Noragon said...

Your foot is coming along and that is good. That yarn basket is beautiful--the basket and the work in it.

Carla from The River said...

Have fun rolling, rolling, rolling. ;-)
xx oo
Enjoy your time. And thank you for sharing your adventures.