We clapped a lady out to a ward after 35 days yesterday which was fantastic. There are some great stories out there on social media about some really inspiring recoveries from almost the brink to being released home so encouraging that hospitals are doing the best job they can and are making a difference still.
Barley is 10 today. Bless this boy. He's been a challenge and continues to improve since we rescued him 4 years ago. Love him to bits. The last photo was this morning and his number one adoring fan Daisy had to be by his side.
That feeling when you cut your grass 2 days ago and next door cuts theirs today....and theres a demarcation line between them because he used a higher cutting height than I did which means he'll be cutting his again before me.
It hadn't been cleaned for I don't know how long!
One hour to do the wheels, another hour and a bit do get rid of all the tar, a good wash, a good clay, half an hour to mask it, 3+ hours to polish it, then a good coat of wax, treat all the rubber and plastic bits, then there's the glass ........................... it soon adds up.