1 Month Streak
9 Month Streak
Ms B will be able to open and close the doors without the fear of being accidentally locked in the rooms if the loose handles were to fall off.
Fri 23rd Feb at 9:00am
Ms B will be able to open and close the doors without the fear of being accidentally locked in the rooms if the loose handles were to fall off.Read more
Wed 21st Feb at 6:00pm
Ms M was well prepared for my visit this evening - trusty trolley waiting by the door, and a small bag containing her list & money, an empty box of Superdrug clear medical tape for which she requested replacement supplies, and details of her medicine she needed collecting from the Boots downstairs, which had to be my first port of call as they closed at 6.30.
Apart from a couple of missing prescription items that would only be ready tomorrow, everything went smoothly at all three ports of call, the world's politest supermarket feeling extra polite and orderly this evening, and thankfully with everything in stock that Ms M had asked for this time round.
Tue 20th Feb at 4:00pm
As Miss V was unable to climb her stairs, she directed us to the bedroom where we would find the parts for the bed she wanted built and left us to it. Thankfully (based on previous similar missions...) this bed was of the Ikea flavour, and once we'd opened the right boxes to find it's constituent ingredients, we got cooking.
Helpfully, the instructions were pretty clear and we had all the necessary parts, although we did have to borrow a screwdriver from Miss V, who had a well stocked Tupperware box for us to choose our weapon of choice from.
With two of us on the task, we were able to move the frame around at various points to make the building a bit easier, and it wasn't too long before we had it constructed and were laying the slats across the frame. As Miss V couldn't see the finished article, I took a picture to show her.
"Oh, that's what it looks like" she exclaimed, laughing...but she was so pleased that her grand daughters would now have a proper bed to sleep in when they come to visit.
Mon 19th Feb at 6:00pm
As I worked my way around a very busy Tesco ticking the items of Miss S's list, I eventually found myself in the confectionary aisle searching for the specific % single source chocolate that Miss S had requested - in this case a 74% and an 82% variety. After scanning the shelves in all directions, I decided that the 75% and the 85% versions must be what she was hoping for, even if the figures didn't exactly match - and that those extra few percentage points would make the chocolate perform even better...
Tue 20th Feb at 10:49am
love the idea of better performing chocolate!
Tue 20th Feb at 4:00pm
This will allow her to see and spend time with her grandkidsRead more