Recuperating - Week 1

So the first week is out of the way.  It was so nice to be home and leave the gown, paper knickers and compression socks behind.  Oh and the lady opposite who snored like a steam engine!!

All the lovely things they tell you before hand is true.

You will need lots of fibre...........say no more :0)

You will find your head a bit woozy for a few days, after the general anesthetic.

You will sleep the clock round, given the chance.

 And in your head you will feel completely fine, but remember your body isn't.

Lets just say I'm not good at sitting still for too long.  I keep finding things that need doing, so end up making  a list for hubby.  At least I can manage that :0)

Box sets this week -

3 Body Programme - Netflix - Aliens are coming to earth in 400 years but they can already see everything we do.  Watched it all but didn't really have a clue what was going on.

Murder at the Top of the World - Disney + - A young author gets invited to a retreat and people start dying.  I did understand this one, but still didn't guess Who Dunnit.  What a surprise!!

Audio books this week -

The Cornish Midwife by Jo Bartlett.  Midwife Ella Mehenick left the small Cornish town of Port Agnes for London and never looked back. But when her seemingly perfect life crashes down around her, there’s only one place she can heal her battered heart - the place she once called home.

Cragside - DCI Ryan Mysteries book 6 by L J Ross.   After his climactic battle with notorious serial killer The Hacker, DCI Ryan is spending the summer with his fiancée within the grounds of Cragside, a spectacular Bavarian-style mansion surrounded by acres of woodland. When they are invited to attend the staff summer party – a Victorian murder mystery evening – it’s all a joke until the lights go out and an elderly man is found dead. It looks like an unfortunate accident but, as the dead man’s life begins to unfold, Ryan and his team of detectives realise that all is not as it appears.


  1. Glad you are recovering. A general anesthetic takes a while to work right through your system. Thank goodness for books & Netflix (col).

  2. I am like you and cannot sit still. It is good you have books and movies to try and occupy the mind. I wish you luck with your recovery.


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