Had my first jab this afternoon the astra zeneca one.
Toes still bleeding a bit.I have to wait another twenty four hours to change my dressings.
The infection and dying statistics are still horrendous.
Flooding levels are going down.
The mrs spent 4hr Wednesday having tests at the hospital and another 4 yesterday and they still don't know whats up, it could be 2 types of arthritis or two types of cancer and they don't think its arthritis.
It still could be a virus thats done it but need another MRI on the hand, if that doesn't show anything they want to do a biopsy, but as it could compromise later reconstructive surgery, we have to go to a specialist hospital in Birmingham for the biopsy.
Wet snow here after a bit of frost and ice last night, snow is quite heavy at times.
Starlings were hungry this morning, they devastated the fat balls.
Hoping to finish off some Perdigon nymphs. I do prefer nymphs to have legs (well suggestion of legs) but will see how the Perdigons fair against my normal nymphs, covid, weather and conditions permitting.
More snow this morning, will get out for a walk after lunch, there may be more snow tomorrow!!
7 Blackbirds in the garden today they are normally very territorial, there are still bullies amongst them though.
I've just learned that my wife's best friends husband living in a care home has developed CV. The amazing stupidity they are putting him in the communal lounge. On monday they are going to find a hospital that will take him.
It went foggy and icy last night, clear this morning with ice though the ice is melting, no breeze and high cloud.
That does sound very strange Alban, using a communal lounge for a covid patient. Unless, it's a more suitable room and can be made out of bounds to others so they can care for them before transfer to hospital. Then it would need a major disinfect/sanitize.
Got some Czech type nymphs to finish off.