6-word-saturday

Momentous news:  the prisoner has escaped

My infernal internal gadget has stabilised my heart to the extent that our GP says I can start to drive again.  The last of the big explorers, I drove about 10 km to visit a friend to take back their plates (they have been our most kind and constant providers of meals on wheels).  Then, I daringly drove another few km to a small supermarket for a few groceries.   For the first five minutes or so my confidence felt shaky, as this was the first time behind the wheel in eight months; but there is very little traffic here, and driving in the warm Spring sunshine  soon became a pleasurable outing.  Where next, I wonder.

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19 Responses to 6-word-saturday

  1. Eight months! Time really does fly.

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  2. Pamela says:

    Such wonderful news, Viv.

    Pamela ox

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  3. Snakypoet (Rosemary Nissen-Wade) says:

    How wonderful for you! We all need freedom and autonomy.

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  4. gillena cox says:

    It’s good to hear you had a nice drive, hope your weekend continues to be delightful

    Much love…

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  5. Jim says:

    :). Wonderful, Viv!! Like having your freedom again.
    Mrs Jim had hers March 1 after cooling it for two months. She had bunion surgery and second toe reduction (shortening) on January 2. Right foot, don’t drive.

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  6. What wonderful news! Bureaucratic sanction to resume your independence must equate to a ‘get out of gaol free’ card. Now fly again Viv into this beautiful spring time. So glad for you 🙂

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  7. Tonya says:

    Great news! Have fun exploring!

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  8. sounds like you have an adventure ahead of you. Have fun!

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  9. Mlissabeth says:

    Congratulations! I know the feeling of being able to FINALLY get out on your own.

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  10. amanda says:

    YEAH! So glad you’re able to escape! Dad went through heart surgery in January…thought he was going to go nuts. 🙂

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  11. Karen S. says:

    Wonderful news! Enjoy your new freedom and are there any flowers in bloom near you, or a park with a fountain! These are the little things I can’t wait to see….oh dear winter you must go away!

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    • Loads of flowers – I live amid beautiful rural scenery. Just back from the village, where I drooled over the several magnificent magnolia trees I passed. It has been a mild winter, and the geraniums – left outside in pots – are flowering already.

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  12. bookmammal says:

    What good news for you! Enjoy!

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  13. Judy says:

    Independence here you come.

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  14. YAY! Glad you got free and are feeling good enough to do so!

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  15. Ron. says:

    If I’d been standing on the sidewalk when you passed, V, I’d have been either saluting or blowing you kisses! Freeeeeeee-dommmmmm!!!!

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  16. thehutts says:

    The Hutt’s contribution for 6 Word Saturday:
    ‘Fraser composing on the family piano’
    I have a recording for you in MP3 format but don’t know how to upload it to a comment. Any suggestions?

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  17. restlessjo says:

    Wonderful! I can imagine the exhilaration. Glad you’ve got your life back properly, Viv 🙂 The wonders of science!

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