I count sheep a lot. I count our Jacobs first thing in the morning and later in the afternoon. At night I count imaginary sheep as I don’t sleep very well. This is exacerbated when life is extra busy and stressful.
I haven’t been sleeping too well as James had to find another job – more on his job saga at a later time – suffice it to say he has been working very early morning shifts in a shop quite far away so has been getting up at 3.30am! In a week he starts another job which is nearer and doesn’t start until 6am so this will be a bit better. It is only very part-time, but there might be more hours in the future and anyway there is lots for him to do here.
And then there are health issues. I might need another operation. First I have to have an MRI to confirm matters but they think one of the implants they put in last March as part of the post-cancer reconstruction might have ruptured. I have not had the best of luck with reconstructive surgery – this will be the ninth operation in less than 6 years, but we will see….. until I have more news I am counting sheep and am grateful that we have the lovely Jacobs to count.