Now before I start to tell you about this week ... I am ok ... the following will be a bit of a shock :)
On Wednesday, Hubby took me to Spotlight a store that has wool, he was looking for felt for his phonograph. He purchased some wool for me :)
When we got home we were busy and I didn't have lunch, I thought I will just have some salad when I do Beauty's veges. I hadn't had a drink either.
I went to the bathroom and felt dizzy and sweaty ... I came out and sat in my chair and took some GTN spray. Hubby was trying to do the dinner for me and instead of waiting the ten minutes I got up to help !
Second mistake ... I said " I need to sit down " and collapsed.... I fell and banged my head on the concrete floor.
I woke up and said " my head hurts". I could talk and asked hubby to call DD and check if I could get up or needed to go to hospital.
She and her hubby asked questions and said I could get up. Hubby... my Mister WonderPhil pulled a heavy chair into the kitchen and slowly sat me up and checked my eyes etc and then helped me into the chair.
It was cold on the floor and he got me a blanket.
I had fallen on my back, I had a lump on my head.
I was thanking God that nothing was broken and I was Ok :) Wow :)
DD sent him some notes on what to watch out for in the coming days, he followed me everywhere and helped with all my needs :). He had hurt himself getting the huge chair too :)
I was very careful over the next few days ... Hubby following me with a light and checking my eyes etc. The lump has gone down now. The only soreness now is if I lay down, I can feel my back and head :)
So I have done a lot of sitting this week and still am taking it easy and being checked as DS says you can still collapse after two weeks .
So what do I do when I sit down ?
Phoenix kept me company
Finished my crocheting
Hubby bought me a loom it is round , so I am making a cowl
Back of work, front of work and hook used :)
I even had a weight loss :)
I am privileged to have such a loving family, I am taking it easy and keeping watch for any of DD's symptoms. I couldn't have been better looked after :)
Happy Easter to all
He is Risen