Just settling down in front of the wheelchair tennis. Gordon Reid is a set up and 5 – 0 up in the second set. The panther sprawls across the sofa, his head in my lap. Stroking his head, I try to focus on the television screen but I’m So Tired.
Not sure if this is perhaps a side effect of starting the venlafaxine but am exhausted. Remember when started duloxetine many years ago, went to Abbotsbury Swannery with the parentals to see the cygnets and slept all the way there and back. Or it could just be post-operation exhaustion, or a consequence of my continuing low mood.
The Frenchman has just taken a game. 1 – 5 and then saves a match point and then it’s 2 – 5. Come on Gordon!
Achievements of the day:
1. Walk up to the cows – 45 minutes. Here they are:
2. Walk into the village: 20 minutes.
3. Meet Mum and attend a pop-up shop where purchase a couple of items.
Gordon has just won! Well done Gordon! 6 – 0, 6 – 2.
4. Body Scan and sleep for 2 hours.
5. Double walk around the block – 30 minutes.
Hope this severe exhaustion passes soon. My legs are lead at the moment.
Happy Monday everyone!
*2000. By Philip Gooden. A Nick Revill murder mystery, set in Elizabethan times.