Lovely Grub

First, a note about yesterday’s absence, brought about by the demise our Wi Fi router.

I produced a number of photographs which are essential to the post which will have to wait until my return home.

Dawn had not yet arrived when we reported at New Hall Hospital reception for my right knee total replacement. Because I was first on, Jackie stayed until I was led to the theatre, then went home, returned this afternoon, and took

this photograph.

After my first replacement last May, I was pretty groggy and couldn’t eat any of the lovely food.

Very early this evening I really relished flavoursome tomato and basil soup with a warm bread roll; perfectly cooked, well filled, ham omelette with roast new potatoes; and fresh salad; finishing with fine fruit salad. I dank water followed by very good coffee.

Published by derrickjknight

I am an octogenarian enjoying rambling physically and photographing what I see, and rambling in my head as memories are triggered. I also ramble through a lifetime's photographs. In these later years much rambling is done in a car.

117 thoughts on “Lovely Grub

  1. You have my empathy Derrick, i’ve been in that position a few times the last 6 years (Kidney failure/transplant) but you seem to be holding up nicely and that grub does not look to bad at all! 🙂

    Hope your knee and your recovery both go well. and you’re back out in the forest with the ponies and donkeys and ducks very soon. 🙂

  2. Ah, here’s the answer to my question! You had a second knee done after the other was done last year. Good for you for going through it a second time. (BTW, that food looks scrumptious! My hospital food did not resemble it when I had my knee done!)

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