Tuesday, September 25, 2012

A slow day.



Roberto Matta.

It has been a very relaxed day today that was because we were taking it easy; mind you we took it maybe a bit too easy.

Because we waited until after the personal alarm box and the batteries had been renewed, the appointment was for anytime between 1300 and 1600.

Of course the engineer came here at 1545, how typical and only after he had gone did Richie take me into the bathroom for a lovely shower.

When I was showered, dressed and perfumed and back in bed Richie got me a small snack and drink so that I could take my baclofen tablets.
After that we both listened to today's episode of The Archers, a long-running radio program on BBC radio 4 which we listen to every night.
When it was over, Richie checked that the dinner was cooking all right in the oven and then he left with the dogs for a quick run round the Rembrandt Park.
I'm going to keep this short, and look for a painting by Roberto Matta and put this on my blog and enjoy dinner with Richie when he is back from the Park.

1 comment:

Mary Gerdt said...

I love that painting! And can't people be more precise than a 3 hour window? Maddening! love, mary