I haven't had a migraine for a long time.
A very long time. I don't remember when I last had one in fact.
So this one caught me off guard. I knew it was a migraine, but it was different - all the symptoms except the pain. I was reluctant to take my migraine meds for some reason (brain not functioning probably) and finally caved about 14 hours in. That was yesterday. The pain went and I was left with the familiar feeling of suddenly losing about 80 points of IQ. Brain wouldn't function. And v tired.
Looks like you had a great day
Now that we have a garage with space and had some time with the lockdown, there is some progress with the Mini.
The glass went in and doors on whilst we were still at Whitestone Road in order to make it weather-tight. Front and rear subframes also went on.
This all made it much heavier to move, though still (just about) managable with Roo and Douglas lifting and Nicky moving trailer and saw-horses.
The rest of the running gear is now getting attention and the interior re-painted.
We had a fantastic day at the 2019 Te Anau Medieval Tournament and Banquet
Sadly Pealing's lost their Archery trophy to the Shaw's.
There are more photo's at /blogs/roo/images-medieval-tournament-2019
A couple of weeks ago, the forecast for Thursday was great. Thursday is "adventure day" for local GP David & anyone who can join him.
We decided to go up Gertrude Saddle. David ski's with skins and ski crampons. I just crampon up & down.
We took Dilys - she is allowed in the National Park for SAR training & becoming comfortable in the mountains is essential.
We had stunning weather.
The summer route heads around the east side of Black Lake. In winter straight across the lake is quicker.
After Mum had learnt how to use email and the computer she sent this to me. It is time I posted it here. I have copied and pasted it from her letter.
"The Power of Prayer.
This is a true account of a miraculous recovery. Des and I talked about it between our two selves.