Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Being Optimistic.











French Art.


Ye1sterday afternoon was tiring even thought I had nothing to do except sit and occasionally lift my arm so Harm, from Welzorg could work out at which height I needed them to be.

And Michelle from ARCA, was there too and took notes, also for herself

Sadly Harm could not actually do anything yesterday as the adaptation has made the chair higher and he will have to get arm rests made specially for me.

So that means he has to make an estimate and Amsterdam City Council have to ok this before they can make it.

Michelle has to also put in a document stating the reasons for the arm rests needing to be adapted.

Hope it will not be long as rolling around without proper arm support is not pleasant as my arm gets very tired and I have to stop every few minutes.

Hope it gets done before everyone disappears on their summer holidays

Trying to keep calm anod optimistic that by the end of the month it willl have been done and I can finally roll around in comfort.
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Hope that is sooner than I think.


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Greeves Classic Motorcycle @ Bristol Show



Greeves Test Ride




Greeves



9 comments:

Patrick@Caregivingly Yours said...

You know you want them to get it right though it would be nice if you could light a fire under their butts. Bureaucracy moves at its own speed.

Caregivingly Yours, Patrick

Rain said...

Gosh, you think it'll take a whole month for the arm rests? That's crazy, I hope they get their asses in gear and get it done quicker! Geez....

Herrad said...

Hi Patrick,
If only I could light that fire, I would.

Hi Rain,
Think that a month is a conservative assessment, hope they surprise me.

Thanks both of you for coming by, needed a boost from friends.
What we do not understand is why the two professionals need someone from the council to ok this.
Do they have to have a slice of the pie everytime?
Oh well tryign to keep calm whilst feeling quite angry at this latest road block.
Love,
Herrad

Stephany said...

Hi Herrad,

I hope they get it all sorted out quickly too!

Hope you are having a pleasant evening!

HUGS

Herrad said...

HRi Stephany,
Wish they had done the papaereork sooner and could nbow make the arm rests.
Oh well.
Hope your afternoon/evening is pleasant.
Love,
Herrad

Libby said...

herrad, keep your wonderful optimism, not only for yourself, but for all of us, too! *selfish, i know* i hope you get the armrest soon!!

Herrad said...

Hi Libby,
I am doing my best to keep calm and positive.
Thanks for coming by.
Love,
Herrad

forthisiwenttocollege said...

Hi Herrad,
Stayed up late last night reading your earlier posts (back to August 08) and some of Richie's, then on to Steve and Bobrobert's story. Wow. I am so inspired by all of you. What great examples you all set. I can hardly come close to living with illness as gracefully as you do. Thank you for being an anchor in a sea of confusion and chaos.

Juli

Herrad said...

Hi Juli,

Thanks for your wonderful comment, very kind of you to say that I am like an anchor in a sea of confusion
Very touched by you reading our blogs.
Thanks for coming by.
Big hug.
Love,
Herrad