TUSAL Update for June...
... This time I have taken the picture of my ORTs next to the chess set which TraderVic and I bought in Harrods in London in 1986. It was our first overseas trip and when we were due to head home after backpacking around Europe for six weeks we had some pounds sterling over, so we lashed out and bought this gorgeous chess set. The two sides represent the American War of Independence: the blue pawns are the minute men, the blue bishop is Benjamin Franklin, the blue Queen is Betsy Ross sewing the flag and the King is George Washington, of course and so on. The Red side is the British, so the King George III, etc.
My TUSAL vase is filling up quite nicely.
On another note, yesterday I had to drive to beautiful Berwick to brief an author. We organised to meet in the Primary Restaurant in the pretty Pioneer Park.
As we had only every spoken on the phone or by email, I said that I would wear a red hat so as to be easily recognised. Here I am, all rugged up.
On the health front, I am still having digestive system issues and when we went to the theatre the other night (which I will tell you all about next post), I sort of stumbled/fell down some steps when they went from a shallow to a deep drop and I have hurt my ankle. Badly enough that I have had to go to the Osteopath today who said that the joint is badly impacted and if there is no improvement in the next couple of days I may need to have an Xray to see if I have, in fact, broken it. And, of course, because I am now limping, it is throwing my back out!
So, in all, I am physically feeling a bit of a wreck and definitely feeling every one of my 56+ years - lol!
Anyway, I hope that all is well with each and every one of you.
lots of hugs,