Yes, it's exceptionally disappointing, we really don't need it. His blood oxygen has dropped significantly. At this stage we don't know why. As usual, the doctors are doing a barrage of tests to figure it out. He'll probably be in there a while.
Yeah, it's been constant this year, I can't even act on the ideas I've had to reduce our stress/workload at home because we're too busy with rolling disasters. We have the money for that dishwasher now, but will anyone be home to take the delivery? Damned if I know! So it waits, and my workload remains the same. Focused on LM being in hospital, so I missed the window for ordering ready meals to arrive in any sort of reasonable time frame, so there I go having to cook. It's doing my head in.
I was back at work for a bit over a week after covid, have taken more time off with LM in hospital, I'm sure they're getting sick of how unreliable I am, this year. I know I am. Much as I'm not excited about work, it'd be nice to do some normal life things for more than five minutes.
I'm sure Puffballs would say thanks, but it's coming out more like "mmph" around the birdseed. ;) They have had a treat of red capsicum today, Sir Pecks especially loves the stuff. Mr Feisty was more interested in it today than usual, which was nice, he ate quite a lot.
Good choice of song, I like it. On a musical tangent but similar theme, I'm now thinking of Tom Waits - Heigh Ho.
I'm actually in a bit of a slump with music. I hear enough stuff I like well enough, but for the last month or so nothing has really moved me, I'm not getting the usual enjoyment from anything or that sense of involvement in the music. Very unusual for me. The last thing that was working for me was Osaka Punch; they're silly as, but I got a surprising amount of comfort from listening to them during LM's first stay in hospital this year. Probably a bit heavy for your tastes, but you might get some amusement from one of their more funky and less metal songs, Dancetown Showdown.