|He doesn't look 37 at all!|
I'll do the not so good part of this week now so we can finish the post on a high. Mum's been taken to hospital but hopefully she'll be home soon. She was very dehydrated and has an infection. Infections are very common in Parkinson's patients particularly in hot weather like we're currently experiencing. Some of the symptoms to look out for are high temperature and/or excessive sweating, falls, incontinence, loss of appetite, lack of sleep and pain.
Aside from visiting Mum, watching a film which I am at least 15 years too old for and eating lots of Fab ice lollies, I have been watching Peep Show this week. I'm currently on series 3 and already the similarities between myself and Mark's thought processes worry me. I've also been reading The Shock of the Fall by Nathan Filer who is a registered mental health nurse and this is his first book. The Shock of the Fall follows the story of Matt who had a brother called Simon who suffered from Down's Syndrome and died young when Matt was a child. I am currently two thirds of the way through the book and will review it properly in my next post. Sorry this post wasn't very exciting or long but hey ho, Wimbledon starts tomorrow, woo!
Until next time, take care.
Mancunian Sheep x