Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Time off

Apart from the shortness of breath and the occasional bout of nausea I am not feeling too bad at all. Thankfully I am being told, instructed or just left to get on with doing very little, which is good for my body but not for my mind. We are soon to go out to pick a carpet so I can at least feel a little useful in that sense, other than that it is difficult doing nothing but necessary unless I want to be laid up in bed once again. I am enjoying a relatively pain-free existence at the moment and I am not suffering from the lack of chemotherapy.

If you hate your job right now, or the person next to you or the co-worker who is standing in your way it really isn’t all that important in the scheme of things; having wished for so long to escape the chains of the workplace I would gladly change places with most of you.

Being at home does have its benefits though and in good health I am sure it would be so different but for us, for now, we are making the most of this time off together and despite the difficulties I like being retired; if you can afford it, try it.



At 4:17 pm , Blogger yellowdog granny said...

today is my day at st. mary's to light candles and say a few prayers..so expect a nice burst of energy about 3pm texas time.(central)

At 6:18 pm , Blogger old enough to moan said...

Who blew them candles out?!!!!!


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