Warning - melancholy post ahead!
**sigh** what a week I've had. It hasn't been one of my best as I have had a migraine everyday. I have some good medication that helps me control my migraine (injections/tablets) but although they do work and I can leave my bed after a couple of hours, the migraine very often returns 24 hours later. I kept telling myself it will only be 3 days, the usual time an attack lasts, but it is just going on and on. I've been feeling alright for some of the day but keep waking up every morning with that all to familiar pain and having to inject- my poor leg is black and blue. I try not to complain as I am so much better than I used to be (thanks to taking 2 daily prophylactic drugs) but this was my half term holiday and I wanted to do so much and now it's back to school tomorrow and I'm still not right!
**another more enormous sigh** Do you know what else? On Friday we were unable to get tickets to see Coldplay in concert in December. The tickets sold out within minutes. Just in case you're unaware, my brother Matthew, Lucy and myself, (especially me) absolutely adore Coldplay. We are so disappointed - though we are trying to console ourselves with the thought that we wont have to sit by people who text and chat on their mobiles throughout the concert; which is what happened in 2005. We just couldn't beieve it. Still can't. Oh well, at least their new album is out next week...ooh next week...but I'm scared I might not like it. No pressure, Chris!
Right enough of my moans and onto more positive things. Thank you to everyone who left a comment for Alice, she enjoyed her blogging experience and who knows, I might persuade her to do some more. I have managed to do a little sewing this week and I'll show you tomorrow what I made; but meanwhile I'll show you my 'new' books which brought a smile to my face.
I think they epitomize me really - a like and a dislike - and no prizes for guessing which one! Can you tell much about a person by the books by their bed?
..mmm..they are mostly about Britain, the countryside, and homes .. old, tatty and battered around the edges... I'll say no more!