Tomorrow lots to do. Have about 10 crocheted rugs to take to Vinny's. I made some a few years back and they want some more so seems the work that went into those rugs well and truly worth it. Strangely enough the crochet is not doing my hand any harm but rather seems to be helping it so will keep on while the cool weather stays with us. If it hurts I just rest it for a while and then do some more.
Also have to do some grocery shopping and a couple of other shopping chores and oh yes, our cleaning lass has changed her day this week so expecting her tomorrow for an hour as well.
Wednesday MOH has to be up before the crack of dawn to get ready for our son-in-law to pick him up at 5.45a.m. (the streets won't even be aired then) so he will be at the hospital by 6.30a.m. for his cataract operation. This doctor of his doesn't operate in the hospital near us but in a *private hospital way over in Claremont. Goodness knows why but you go where you're sent. S-i-law to the rescue to pick him up when they call him.
Thursday of course it will be a trip to the doctor's rooms to have the pad removed from the eye and drops given which he will have to use (actually I will be administering them as he's not good with eye drops) for a few weeks. That wonderful son-on-law once again playing chauffeur.
Friday I think will be a rest day for both of us and probably Saturday just a wee bit of shopping at the local shops.
Sunday it's up to our daughter and son-in-law's place for afternoon tea. With their two birthdays just a couple of weeks apart they celebrate on the weekend in between which I think a splendid idea so we are looking forward to that. Hopefully the rest of the family will be there as well as we don't see nearly enough of them.
*When I had my cataracts done at St John of God Hospital near us it seemed all very straightforward and simple. Bethesda called this morning and MOH was told he has to take all his medications and his insulin with him (the doctor has already told him what to take and what not to take) and also his CPAP (sleep) machine. The only reason I can think of is in case something goes drastically wrong and MOH has to stay overnight. We hadn't even thought of that happening so it's best I suppose he does as he is told.
As anyone who does follow my blog knows I have completed the A-Z of birds. As I seldom have anything worthwhile blogging about because I just don't do anything or go anywhere of interest I am contemplating doing a series of A-Z (if I can find one for each letter) of towns in Western Australia and in particular those that we have visited over the years. I'd love to show off some of our beautiful state and would hope others would enjoy hearing about it and seeing pics.