Posted by: purpleandrew | July 15, 2010

Even more tired than yesterday!

Well, Leslie and I muddle on.

We had to go to Glasgow to sort some stuff out today, so it was slow, slow, easy does it for Leslie as we had to find our way to Gordon Street and get a parking space close to where we needed to be. Leslie is not very mobile and i know that she is sore, so walking is not good at the moment.

Fortunately we managed, in a manner of speaking, to get our stuff done in between showers then pootle off home.

Sleep for both of us is at a premium and while some is managed, just doing simple things is so bloody tiring. I am like some kind of zombee at the moment, it takes considerable effort to do simple things.

I am Mr Yawnalot at the moment, it is really pathetic when walking to the shops feels like you have just run a marathon.

So, it will probably end up with me yawning my way through dinner before collapsing in a heap on the floor at a time when most folk are ready to get their dancing shoes on and head for the town. Not tonight Josephine, not tonight.

So i shall sign off with a big yawn and see how easy it is to do dinner without dropping anything on my feet….. yes it happens a lot at the moment




  1. You both have every right to be tired and i know it’s easier said than done but take it easy ! I have heard that laughing is a great healer so get Leslie to sh

  2. to share Big Linda’s yawning problem with you !! xxx Margaret

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