March Violets*

Feel like I’m working hard at Spin but the days of illness have taken a toll on my fitness. Here is graph:

You can see me with The Boss in the attached photo.

Dad takes me back to flat, where emerald green velvet trousers have arrived. Look:

I love them. Am regretting not purchasing the matching top a bit:

I thought it would look a bit tracksuity but now I don’t know what to wear on top half. What do you think?

Yet another phone charger has died so am going to post this before I run out of battery.

Have just achieved some writing for the first time in four days and Memoir now stands at 76,003 words, so that’s good. Less than a month to go before have to send it to Agent. Argh!

It’s 4.25pm and is dark outside. Am sipping lemon squash.

Am going with a chum to see Battle Of The Sexes, about Billie Jean King’s tennis match against Bobby Riggs, on Tuesday. So am looking forward to that.

Had a look at my chemotherapy card for the bisphosphonates which lists diarrhoea as a side effect. So maybe I should start taking the hair pills again.

Happy Sunday everyone!

*1989. By Philip Kerr. A Bernie Gunther historical thriller, set in Berlin in 1936.

4 comments

  1. L. Rorschach · November 26

    Cute pants! I think a fuzzy black or ivory sweater would look nice paired with them.

    Liked by 1 person

    • waternymph88 · November 26

      I was thinking black. Thank you. Have been looking for a gold top but Mum says that is Too Much…xxx

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Teresa M · November 27

    Hi Cordelia,
    I’ve been following your blog for awhile. I suffer from mental health issues myself. Thanks so much for writing. I hope
    I can read your memoir one day!!

    Liked by 1 person

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