On mended knee

June 22, 2014 at 8:57 pm | Posted in Me, rheumatoid arthritis (RA) | 3 Comments
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Eye Church from the Pennings Nature Reserve

Eye Church from the Pennings Nature Reserve

Thanks for all the comments. Well, we made it back today, and successfully collected the fabric. (If you have no idea what I’m talking about then you’ll need to read the previous post!) Run4Joy – not sure about ‘spry’, the knee isn’t perfect … in fact neither knee is as good as it was a couple of days ago, but both are much, much better than yesterday!

Maggie, good point! We made it back and this time we got to the nature reserve – and very lovely (and flat) it was too. You can’t see in the picture above but between us and the church there’s a lovely river (the River Dove), teaming with damselflies and dragonflies. Most of the (very small) reserve is a wild flower meadow, so a jolly nice place to visit in the summer!

Carla, I’m sure you’re right – I had been overdoing it, so we had a very short and leisurely walk around the reserve and then headed back home and put our feet up. Poor Hubby, having done all the driving two days running … not to mention the drive up to the coast on Friday night for a walk around Cromer, Blakeney and Wells (did I mention I might have overdone it lately?), was more in need of a feet up afternoon than I was!

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  1. Fantastic photo – looks amazing. Glad you had another lovely day.

  2. I’m glad you made it back to get your fabric and that you’re feeling better. Sounds like you had quite the adventure this weekend.

  3. Penguin! I missed your earlier posts about stopping the NSAIDs and your trip to the castle–but now I’m caught up. I’m so pleased for you that your RA seems to be behaving! That’s really good news. And it’s so easy to overdo it when you’re feeling good. It’s just so much fun, not having to think about this knee or that foot hurting.

    All that said, I’m glad your knees are calming down again. Fingers are crossed that everything continues to go well. Oh–and I’d love to see that lovely castle, church, and town. So charming! :D


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