I won’t bore you with a list of my dietary intake last week. I will only say that I only exceeded my rations in the use of bacon, simply because that was the weight of the pack I defrosted and had to use. I can rectify that by eating no bacon this week.
I had a couple of unusual meals that I have not eaten since childhood, like leftover gravy warmed up with chunks of bread. A hearty breakfast. My mother often used to give us “Oxo broth” for breakfast in the winter, made from an Oxo stock cube and, what I now assume to have been, stale bread.
On other fronts, I have had to temporarily suspend my two painting projects because of two problems: my left eyeball is swollen again after last year’s retinal repair surgery and I have trouble focussing close-up, and I have developed what the doctor calls “Benign Essential Tremor” in my right hand – the one I paint with.
I am due a further eye injection on 24th March (behind the eyeball and without anaesthesia and I should soon be getting some pills for the shaking hand. Until then all miniature painting is suspended. If it turns out that the issues continue I shall have to seriously look at my unpainted and part-painted stock and make some hard decisions.
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Sorry to hear about the medical tribulations, Paul.
We’re all getting to the stage where bits are starting to seize up or come loose. I hope all goes well.
Thanks Chris. Hoping for a good outcome on both fronts. Otherwise It’s 54mm soldiers for the future. Just as ±I was getting into 3mm.