Life in the West Country UK
posted by Sally at 8:30 pm
Hi Sally, I hope you're not too tired to check your posts and know that folks out here are thinking about you and wishing you well. I'm touching the screen and hoping my energy will flow to you as a mini re-charge. I'm also sending a mental boot up the arse to Dorset Adult 'Services' in the hope that it will galvanise them into action.Oh by the way, in my earlier incarnation you disallowed the works of Shakespeare on my desert island so I've thought of another book to take its place - The Once and Future King by T H White. Its actually 4 books in one, all dealing with the Arthurian legend, absolutely captivating and ultimately terribly sad. I think I should like to be melancholy all alone on my island, nothing like a good wallow. Take care x
I have various books on art, design and photography - as well as photo albums of course - which I look through at these times, just looking at the pictures. I hope you feel much brighter very soon. Am thinking of you.
I hope it's better soon, Sally. I'll be thinking of you.And second Goldfish-I love books on animals with lots of pictures-very soothing, but interesting enough to help get my mind off the pain.
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