This morning I got woken by something, that I realised later was the alarm, once I was awake, it was fine to get up at 08.00.
In fact it was good to have an early shower and be sitting dressed and in the wheelchair by 09.00.
Ruud from Summit was here at precisely 09.30 as we agreed; he had another good look at how I was sitting.
He pulled me a little higher up in the chair, which felt better; I no longer feel like I am not sitting up properly, felt like I was sitting slumped on the small of my back.
Sitting higher feels so much better, I am looking forward to my physiotherapy session tomorrow, now I am sitting better than I have been.
Very happy that how I was sitting has been sorted out now and being in the wheelchair from now on, will not mean Richie has to adjust me all the time I am in the wheelchair.
Ruud is very good at his work, which is incredibly reassuring and it is also very safe which is good.
He is a great advert for caring, committed people working with handicapped people, meeting someone like him makes up for meeting some others.
The ones who only seem to care about their salaries, I often wonder why people who seem not to like people work with people.