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On Thursday another photographer from The Sentinel came round as they said they needed more photos for the feature. Sean arrived all bright and breezy and told me he wanted to take me down the marshes for some lovely outdoor shots. I was a little apprehensive, as cold makes the pain worse, but he said he'd whizz us down there in his car. So, as the sun was out I agreed. He asked if I had a brightly coloured coat - maybe a red one? I don't. He settled for my brown jacket with the furry collar and a brightly coloured scarf.
He found a bench for me to sit on and got me to pose with my legs up on the bench. He then stood in the middle of the busy road and fired off loads of shots. I was afraid for his life as cars were zooming up and down.Then he decided I should lean on a tree, with my leg up behind me. He keep saying - "Smile!" I explained that I couldn't really smile as so many nerves had been cut - and he just said "Yeah - but show me some teeth - I know you've got teeth!" I did my best - but goodness knows how these pictures will turn out. It is going to be in next weekend's magazine, if you need a good laugh :-)
I have been trying to get back to normal a little. I did some Parish Council work - just to keep my brain from turning to mush. It felt good! There is only so much Homes Under the Hammer you can watch in a lifetime! Plus, I have got stuck in Bubble Witch Saga on Facebook. So - if any of you play - I need help to break the magic spell and get into the Old Forest! It takes 3 friends to say they'll help - and I need one more. Help me out!! Hmmm, maybe I am getting into this a little too much...
I did venture out to Morrisons yesterday too - just to get out of the house. The cold made the cramps worse, but doing something normal like browsing around the shelves distracted me for a while.Today I am going to make some cherry scones - as all the fairy cakes from last week have gone. So, if you fancy one feel free to pop round and visit!