Well… here’s an extra post for you this weekend. 😁 This post is in addition to the one I aired this morning. So I hope you enjoy reading this extra post and commenting here too, as well as at my earlier post aired today. 🙂
I realise I need to stock up on my own music dvd’s, after watching the neighbours collection. I have forgotten just how much I like my music this way. The last time I had a music collection to watch was when I had VHS tapes. Remember those?
I intend to buy the following as a start to my music dvd collection at some point, second hand, when things settle:
- Queen Live at Wembly
- Bon Jovi Crush
- Take That The Circus Live
These were in amongst other music dvd’s that my neighbour lent me. I played in particular Bon Jovi, on more than one occasion. It felt like having my own concert. I was dancing away at times.
And just when I thought again I must have watched all of the neighbours collections after dropping the others off at his door today, while observing social distancing, I have a few more dvd’s to watch. 😁
He has also lent me some cd’s. They are all by the same group called, Apocalyptica. I have never heard of these until now.
As he knows I like 2 Cellos, he thought I might like to listen to these. I am playing one now and I am enjoying it.
What’s your preference when it comes to listening to music? Watching, or listening? Or is it both?
You will remember in My views for today that I contacted my mum’s social worker. She got back to me the next day to tell me her case was closed. This was because as there is no plan of discharging her yet because she is not well enough, means she is not able to support her. When her case was closed, I do not know long ago this was and I don’t intend to ask, because I know I will be fuming. I expect it was closed some time ago. But what happened to keep updating me when necessary that I gave permission for? She pointed out the ward are aware of her finances etc. That’s the only part I don’t have faith with on the ward, due to what was coming through mum’s mailbox, before I stopped playing my part, as it was obvious they had not been informed. But as I said to mum last year, that final time I seen her. I’m done. It’s her mess.
There has supposedly been another referral made, but she’s unsure of the details. Someone would contact me in the future, as this social worker is leaving. With also this Coronavirus, means also priorities have changed.
It doesn’t surprise me that mum is not well to be discharged and although I know I have not seen her since November, I still don’t see that situation changing. It’s all down to my mum. I am watching from the sidelines still. I have to continue doing what I need to do to keep myself well and safe. It’s not what I ever envisioned. But this is, what it is.
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