Written on Thursday 10th October
I just passed my stairs assesment! Woot woot. It was a pass/fail sort of thing but if it had been graded I reckon I’d have got an A-
Good attitude, ability to follow instructions and enthusiasm. Points deducted for nerves, occasionally forgetting where my crutch is supposed to go and speed (or rather, lack of it).
I can’t believe that in just one week stairs have gone from being my arch nemesis to being just another normal everyday thing that I can manage. Admittedly with a lot of extra effort and a crutch but even so.
We no longer need to consider bungalow living, unless we want to. There is a certain appeal to it that I keep coming back to- of having everything right there on the same floor. Plus I like that it’s a bit different and non-traditional, in this country at least.
On the other hand, the dog could and would go anywhere he liked. Cat fur on the bed is bad enough, Fudge sheds about a guinea-pigs’ worth of fur each and every day. And cooking smells would get everywhere. Plus, it’s just not very sexy is it, if we’re honest? Living in a bungalow under the age of 30?
So, it’s good that we now have other options 🙂