We had a spectacular sunrise the other day, perhaps in part because the sun rises later, and we're up to see it. That is Mrs. F.G. is up to see it and I'm relaxing in bed waiting for my caregiver to get here. I guess in that sense it's a sign of fall that we get to see these sunrises when they happen.
Leaves are starting to change, but they're very late this year, and very subdued compared to recent past years. There was frost yesterday for the first this year, and the temperatures are certainly colder. Rain is more frequent as the polar air fights with warmer air from the south for dominance, bringing us a continuing sequence of storms at this time of year.
We've been home a year now and I think we would both say that we're doing very well. Stepping up the physio to 3 times a week for the fall - that gives me five medical appointments this week I think. It's hard to find time wo get on with our own lives.
We have a new (outrageously expensive) bathroom now, but no shower chair after 2+ months of waiting. We're also starting the process of getting a manual chair, as back-up just in case, for me to get more exercise, and for travelling. I'm sure this process will take months too, so we need to get started. On the other hand we do now have morning and evening homecare, which is a huge relief after a year of struggles to get that in place.
At the moment it's bright and sunny out, and I expect I'll get out for a ride a little later on. Hope you're all enjoying the changing seasons at this time of year.