Two words that I could live with for a year, for sure. In this context, I am referring to life on the farm this week. Someone on the farm had a double knee replacement last week and it wasn't any of the sheep, geese, or chickens.
One really has to get organized when adding in all the elements of nursing on top of farming. Saturday, I felt like I was walking in circles all afternoon. Then Charlie and I built a platform to make the reclining chair high enough to get in and out of. We did pretty well but the animals had to wait for their dinner. Yesterday, Lyndy came over and we built a plywood exercise plate. Lyndy made two different yummy soups for the coming week and helped me bring a few loads of wood up to the porch. We were looking amazingly organized.
And the balance. First nursing items, then a cup of tea for me, then the animals. Then breakfast for me, and a few minutes to write and then back to nursing.
I have a superb patient, a warm house, and plenty of food to eat.
ALL IS WELL