|A Damp Day Ahead|
So as the time is now 9.15 I have an hour to check facebook and the e-mails and then go to have my shave and get dressed ready for Pauline when she arrives. Pauline arrives at 11.10 and once we have the wheelchair in the car we are off down to Commercial road.
Pauline needs to go to the main Post Office to get a form for Gordon so we get the Taxi to drop us off in Slindon Street, and while pauline goes into the Post Office, I walk pushing the wheelchair round to the Bank in the Precinct
|Slindon Street and the Main Post Office|
|Morrisons in Portsmouth|
|Pauline and my Laundry.|
Soon Pauline is on her way and it is 3.10 so I am going for a 30 minute nap and then I will get this Journal completed.
Well it is now 3.45 so that was a nice short nap. So I am now going to check to see how the Olympic Torch Relay is going Today. I was up early to watch Kate Barnett who also has Dermatomyositis run on the live feed from the BBC but I could not get the live stream. Kate ran at 7.33 this morning here is the piece from the live text.
0733: Katherine Barnett, 41, who - despite battling breast cancer in 2008 - raised £11,500 for Cancer Research UK by running the charity's Race for Life, has had her spell with the torch. She has continued to raise funds since then, despite suffering from an illness affecting her immune system, and also regularly tidies up her village as a member of the Better Balmedie Group.
The Torch is on Day 25 today going from Aberdeen to Dundee.
|The torch passing through Montrose|
Well it is now 5.00 and it is time to get a coffee made and dinner in the oven and settle down to watch Pointless. so I will leave you with Todays "Day in History" from 1929 and bid you all farewell until tomorrow.