As expected, the arrival of summer has lifted my spirits again. I know when the hot weather comes some of my MS symptoms like fatigue will get worse but I am happy to live with that and not be miserable. 🙂
My motorhome fund took a bit of a hit last month when Julia decided I should replace my old mobility scooter with a new one. The old one had started to be unreliable and I had to be rescued a few times while out with the ginger demon. I bought the same model and colour of scooter (a slightly later model though) because I am a bit of a miser and thought the old one would be a good source of spares when needed in the future. 😀
I opted for the high ground clearance so that I can take Hamish to the scrub fields.
The boys and I have been enjoying the garden and getting a bit of sun today. I tried to get some pictures but Indy has to be bribed with a ball to look at the camera and Hamish is convinced the camera is stealing his soul. 😀
Hard to believe that Indy is 12!
This is as relaxed as I could get Hamish to look.
Hamish is slightly less nervous when he is with Indy.
Indoors is a different story, Hamish loves to squish in next to his Mum and Indy relaxes with a fan blowing on him. 🙂
And finally one with me, I’m not really this pudgy it is just my loose tee shirt.
I finally got my driving licence renewed, 4 months after applying. The DVLA got a report from my GP, the MS nurse, and my neurologist and then decided I had to have an examination?! Last time I filled in a form and 2 weeks later the licence arrived, I guess they are being more careful with wobbly drivers now. I just about never drive these days, it is just good to be able to in an emergency.
While my life has been improving many others in the UK have been destroyed. Since my last posts there have been 2 terrorist attacks and a tower block fire in London which have claimed many lives and affected many more. 😦 It is remembering these kinds of tragedies that make it so easy for me to put my trifling hardships into perspective.
No rescue dogs at the moment until I get fully back in my groove. We are still looking after Pepper quite often as his person has her cancer treatment.