Reasons to be cheerful 13.4.18

Shoving my Pollyanna hat firmly back in my head, here’s a few reasons to be cheerful…

…I fixed the TV screen. It was infused with a brilliant shade of pink. My disabled daughter thought it was pretty, but it rather spoilt some of the programmes I enjoy while I’m seeing to her needs.. (Hint: it was actually easy to fix 😂😂)

…When friends ask ” if there’s any way we can help”, and you know they really mean it.

…I had to go to the dentist to order a new mouthguard to stop me grinding my teeth away to rubble at night (carer stress) and not only did he clean them, but he managed to remove a little brown streak on an incisor that had been bothering me for years.

…I finally tackled my shoulder pain and went to a sports injury clinic where an hour of lying on a physio table and submitting to needles and deep massage felt like pampering. As I’ve said before, it’s amazing how your perspective on things can change!

…B and I went to nearby Farmleigh House recently, somewhere we’ve visited many many times before. It really is a magical place, so to make it more entertaining for me, I began picking out features that fitted classic children’s stories. So, ta da, I give you Rapunzel’s Tower, Treebeard (an Ent from The Lord of The Rings) and Professor Kirke’s house where Lucy found the Wardrobe that led to Narnia….

Check out more reasons to be cheerful over at Lakes Single Mum.

 

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10 thoughts on “Reasons to be cheerful 13.4.18

  1. I remember before we had the Internet at our home (early 2000s) I used to go into the cybercafe (not really a cafe of course) here in New Malden and the “pink screen” problem was very common even on the TFT monitors which were new then. You just gave them a thump and it went away. The owners didn’t like it, though, and once when I told him why I was doing it he said I should move computers.

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