It will be Delightful to See You!
It’s been good to spend a weekend at home for a change as it’s allowed me to sort out a few things in the office. In all honesty I’ve not been too well these last couple of weeks and it’s been good to take things a little easier. Some of you may already know I’m a diabetic and on Wednesday I discovered one of my insulin bottles had a bubble in it. For a while my sugar levels haven’t been as good as they should have been and if my balance isn’t right it can affect my moods. If a bottle has a bubble it upsets my dose and although I’d been injecting normally I’d not been getting enough insulin these last couple of weeks. It wasn’t until Wednesday I discovered the bubble and then able to sort out the problem.
I’ve been feeling so much better these last couple of days. I’ve been out running and I was working out in the gym today too. I try to run most days as it makes such a difference
Off to Bexhill & The Roaring 20s Event!
and it helps to keep my weight down and sugar levels at bay. I also had an appointment with the diabetic nurse today who thought that perhaps my blood testing machine wasn’t up to date. Rather annoyingly the new machine she gave me doesn’t fit in the provided pouch which makes it hard to use and impossible to transport. Another one of life’s niggles – as I will have to ring up for another one – What a pain!
On a brighter note it’s going to be full steam ahead this Friday as I head down to Bexhill for the Roaring 20s event. I will be performing on Saturday, 3 shows daily although I’m not quite sure of the times yet. As soon as I know I will let you know. I have a Wedding on the way down in Shepperton and I’ve been engaged to perform music from the 1930s – 60s. On Sunday Paul and I will be enjoying a day off in Hastings by the sea so lets keep our fingers crossed for lovely weather.
Coffee at Ollie Vees!
Don’t forget you can catch me at Chipperfield Cricket Club WD4 9B5 on Friday 29th July with my “We’ll Meet Again” 1940s WAAF show. Tickets are £18 and include a supper. It’s in aid of the Peace Hospice, Watford. This year during the interval a gentleman from RAF Uxbridge will be speaking about the Battle of Britain. If you would like tickets call Trude on 07979 221682 and it would be lovely to see you.
I shall leave you with a photo of me having coffee at Ollie Vees. It was so hot today I made sure I wore my hat!
Keep Watching and Toodle Pip! 😉