We had a much quieter night, in fact I would say just quiet. As it is Saturday there will be no trips to Physio or Radiology and sadly, no magical mystery tour in the offing today but I am sure there will be surprises and the unexpected just around the corner to keep me on my toes.
A lovely shower this morning and a time to wash my hair which was getting pretty awful. Thank you Mel for bringing the shampoo and conditioner in.
It is so quiet here this morning - no buzz from the doctors, physiotherapists, radiologists and Occupational Therapists doing their 'thing'. Health does seem to me to be a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week issue so I fully understand the Secretary of State for Health's view that we must move to a 7 day a week operation but the challenge for him is how to get there whilst at the same time keeping the costs under control and the staff on side - quite a challenge.
A really quiet day (as of 18:00) if you exclude the early morning enema for the poor lady in the next door bed! A lovely visit from Roger Hasdell and then from my friend Rob Westlake. Weekends really are quiet which is something that passed me by last weekend when I was, I expect, struggling to get over the operation to put screws in my hip.
I expect Sunday will be the same (I have ordered roast turkey and all the trimmings for lunch so at least that will be a highlight!) - I can hardly contain my excitement until it all starts off again on Monday. Seriously though I have been extremely well looked after by the team at my end of Abington Ward and I am truely grateful to them for their care and kindness.