Saturday 17th February 2018
Maltese: Is-Sibt 17 ta ‘Frar 2018
0518hrs: Woke later than I have ever done in months. This was due to not being able to get to sleep last night, until gone midnight. Although I ultimately had five hours of decent kip in, I felt all out-of-sorts with the different timing. The ailments were all being kind to me, other than Duodenal Donald that is. So, no complaints from me here.
I was out of the £300 second-hand recliner, and perpendicular in record time this morning. Off to have a wee-wee and stubbed my toe en route.
The grey-cells seemed to be in focus for a change. To the kitchen and did the Health Checks.
The sphygmomanometer took five attempts before it would work. Maybe the batteries are getting low? Although, I changed them only a few days ago. Not to fret, the readings seemed okay.
Made a brew and took the medications, then onto the computer to start this off and then update yesterday’s diary and got it posted off.
0730hrs: Finished the blogging to date.
I only just realised, in the photo, I took yesterday just before my Whoopsiedangleplop on the gravel hill; The flat to the left of mine in the picture, has had its balcony part-done and their windows replaced. The new windows looked like they will be easier to open and close. Also, better for cleaning them, being smaller ones?
Went on WordPress reader next. Then comment section. Only one on this morning. Sad innit? Haha!
Then did some catching up on Facebook. Spent hours on it.
The first one done was of TFZer Sandie.
The others were for Diary page headers, so I won’t show them here and spoil the fun later.
Herbert was a bit noisy tonight, even for him.
Did the Health Checks and took the medications.
Took this picture of the tree copse.
As I zoomed in to view it, the signs of new growth could be seen. Nice!
Fell asleep, when I woke, a degree of panic arrived, as I remembered the chips in the oven!
I settled, watched a bit of TV and nodded-off to sleep, where I stayed for five hours blissfully unaware of any Strobe or Pillow Fire Alarm activations.