Well it seems that I am beginning to start my new life on the English/Scottish Border now,
Will start on the Practice Participation group next month and hopefully get things moving for new activities and voluntary works again.
Life is still complicated what with the cold weather up here the wind whirls around coast and Cheviot and sets my joints on edge so I am now expecting my first flare up this winter, you can set your watch by it, it is sadly so predictable so it is back on the full wack of medications.
Pax is still bouncing around and still expects his walks, sadly it is now so problematic so I can only attempt one of three outings because of the pain and been so tired all the time, I try an do work in the garden although it is a chore when the weather is so cold. work outside becomes slow and tedious, although I have too push as much as I can. We all have a life even when we suffer chronic pain.
Over the last week we have seen several Sika Deer just down the road and we saw a hare only about six feet away. It just sat and watched Pax for about ten seconds until it registered in Pax head and it was away him in hot persuite so that was the end of that.
We are getting Fox in the garden, and a family of hedgehogs, sometimes we see deer marks in the lawn , Our neighbours saw three Badgers the other day so we have some nice next door neighbours of the animal kind. Now we feel so lucky to live in such nice countryside.
All the best