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Saturday, 20 June 2015

Having to do as I am told

Bit of a difficult one for me but I am under restrictions again.  I had a further epileptic attack last Sunday morning - not as bad as the last one (which was 14 months ago) but still concerning. OH had taken the dog for a walk and when he came in found me sprawled on the kitchen floor.   The last bit I remember was feeding some sausage rolls into my small cooker and then not much afterwards, but I am funny with heat at the best of times, and though not the only reason I think it played its part. 

It was a bit of a b..... actually because it was my mum's 80th birthday celebrations and I did not get. We were supposed to go out for a meal with family members and then back to my brothers for a strawberry tea and cakes and sausage rolls which just did not happen (I was providing the tea). Feel really cheated on that one but there is not a lot I can do.  Things could have been a lot worse so thank goodness for small mercies but it has put me out of action for a week - where I have just rested and slept to the point that I have been so bored!  I also have my medication back on track.

Now back to the drawing board, have to pick up the pieces and get back into the swing of things.  I don't do very well under restrictions.  Oh well will just have to see how things go and make adjustments as and when necessary, but I really am not very good at doing as I am told!

How about you?

Catch you soon

Pattypan

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4 comments:

  1. So sorry to hear this, Yvonne and I are sending love and blessings to you. Have you got any craft work you can be getting on with?

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  2. Thats a bit of a bummer you have been rather busy of late so perhaps its time to heed a warning hope you are back to your usual self soon :-)

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  3. Thanks Dawn, I am taking things very steadily at the moment. Its going to be a shock going back to work tomorrow but needs must and all that jazz. I have taken it as the "Bishops Warning". I tend to be a bit of workaholic and do not always know when to stop. Never mind back to stage one. Take care.

    Pattypan

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  4. Thank you Richard and Yvonne, much appreciated. Did think about it but could not concentrate or find things so have just rested, but feel a tad guilty for doing so. Take care

    Pattypan

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