When my head started to feel a little bit less dizzy, I started to make some small walks in my hometown IJsselstein, and noticed that the small things in life are very worth noticing.
I am slowly getting better every day and I am back in London now. I am still having some trouble reading a book, or staring at a computer screen for too long, but I am sure that will all get better too. On Monday (1st of June) they will remove the dressing from my ear and have a look. But even with the dressing still in, sounds are coming through already, which is a good sign.
My brothers dog – not at all pleased with his outfit and waiting to bite someones nose for revenge.
5 thoughts to “The small things in life”
am so glad to hear you are feeling better! I’ve been worried about you. I hope you continue to progress and feel like your old self again soon.
Welcome home! Hope you will be feeling A1 very soon. Love the pictures.
Looking at these pictures, I can tell there’s nothing wrong with your eyes, but why are coot babies so ugly?
Hope you had a great time in IJsselstein.
Glad to hear that you’re feeling better. Although your progress is slow, it IS progress and that’s very good! Here’s wishing you continued recovery and that you soon be feeling and hearing better than ever!
Good to hear (..) you feel a bit better! :-)