Thursday, 9 March 2017

It was a perfect storm.

You know, when everything comes together at the same time to cause the maximum difficulty.

First he had the MRI scan, which I know is worrying him.

Then the sprained ligaments that meant not only could he not go to work, he was stuck in bed with his foot raised.

He had his new hearing aids fitted and it always takes him ages to adjust to them.

It was completion time for the boat sale, so lots of paperwork/phone calls to be made to organise the re naming, license, boat safety certificate etc. etc.

All the reasons above are why I didn't throttle him when he was being a major pain in the arse!


e said...

Hopefully, you'll get through all of this and be able to eventually enjoy the new life on the boat.

annie b said...

I hope you have thought through how you are going to manage as you get older with trying to live aboard a boat. I really take my hat off to you both, apologies if I have this wrong. Not sure if you are only using it for holidays and also buying a small apartment as well?

Hard up Hester said...

Annie, we plan to live aboard for 5 to 10 years depending on our health and strength, if we can't manage we will return to our house.

E, it will all be worth it in the end.

Margie from Toronto said...

You are a very good wife!

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