After weeks of staying on the upper level of our home, I am now able to go downstairs, in fact today is my third descent into the lower level of the house this week. It feels so good when I manage to reach the bottom of the staircase. I should have rope, pick axe and a welcoming St Bernard dog with a barrel of brandy at the bottom.
Recovery from a major operation takes time, my nurse says it could be up to three months, so I am always taking baby steps and plenty of rest. Which gives me a good opportunity to watch Wimbledon.
However, I can now make it to the office so I can start blogging again. Paul will need to be my roving reporter and camera man for a while longer. I must say a big thank you to him he has been great looking after me, our cats and the home.
Also, a very large thank you for the nursing staff who who have attended me every day since my return from hospital, they are marvellous.
Views from our balcony.
Busy Sunday Market.
Everyone goes towards the wine seller
This morning I made it to the market for the first time in five weeks. Just picture firecrackers and balloons going up at this moment. Very tied afterwards but so wonderful to take the short walk outside. I bought a few plants to replace the ones that have died in the heatwave and some strawberies. Shopping again, more balloons.
We could not miss the strawberry lady. She grows and sells her own produce and they are so delicious.
Centenary of the Rugby Club Daglananis, 13th July.
Fête de la Gastronomie, in Daglan on the 28th July.
Fête de la St Louis in Daglan 16th to the 19th August.