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I had fish and chips - he had soup and most of my chips. I am on my crutches when out and managed fine.
Col chauffered me to the Kingdom Hall on Thursday night - my first time there for over 6 weeks. I got a warm welcome, especially from Audrey and Maggie. We have such a busy month coming up - special talks, C.O. visits, and the offering of a new publication at all doors. At the moment, I can't imagine me managing to have much part of it as my walking/standing is still so poor. I found it as much as I could do to stand for the song and the prayer. I do have a talk in the Ministry School though, which I will be writing and performing. It is all about "the wisdom from above". If I can, I will use that quote from Proverbs which tells us to trust in Jehovah with all our hearts, and not rely on our own understanding.
Both ankles are now painful after "all" that walking... I must remember that it was a big operation and only 6 weeks ago, and not expect too much too soon. And just be grateful it is going well so far.
A landmark was reached yesterday, as I can now stop wearing the support stockings. I am dreading my next operation, but somehow last night all my anxiety about it got displaced onto an anxiety about choosing the butterfly pictures for the Captain's next calendar. Not sure why, as that is a fun thing to do. We only have 8 pics so far, we have yet to decide on the last few. And, somehow, that translated into a night of waking and worrying and dreams in which I turned up at some terrifying Corporate Headquarters to discuss it.
Why do I do this to myself?