Here I am! Thanks for all your kind comments, you are all lovely. I am sorry I haven't been posting - you will be pleased to hear all the girls are fit and healthy, noisily munching here in the kitchen as I type.
Life has been a little hectic what with re homing Ian's aging parents (honestly, it felt like reforming a pair of elderly guineas!), they are settled in nearby now and all that is left is to clear their old house of 55 years worth of stuff, I am sure they didn't EVER throw anything away, their house is full!
I've had some tummy problems but things are under control now, it seems I have an intolerance to Citric Acid! But more annoyingly I am having trouble with my right rotator cuff tendon now, it's only a year and a bit ago I had the left one repaired. Uff, all those weeks of not being able to move my arm. Uffff!
Fairy isn't far from my thoughts at any given moment, and Sunday at 10am is always Fairy-time. It is still very hard . . . just not so raw. You know . . .
I feel I have missed so much here on GL. I will try and catch up more frequently, and take some new photos of the wild five soon. xx
- E's Moriarity
I had "frozen shoulder" (adhesive capsulitis) in my right shoulder a few years ago, and it was awful. Perhaps this is what you have? My mother had problems with both her rotator cuffs and had surgery, but I wonder whether she had frozen shoulder. Mine resolved itself according to the typical timeline: about two years from start to finish. For about one year, the pain was unbearable. I live in fear that it will happen to my other shoulder, but at least if it does, I know it will get better. I have about 95% of my range of motion back.
Shoulder pain is horrible. I have much sympathy for you!
BugsMom!! Haha! Pansy IS a pirate pig in disguise! She is a tyke! Even Flo seems a bolshie little madam! I just know that Fairy would have put them all in their places, born leader-bossiness that she was!
Hoping to take pics today :)