Yesterday, I felt a bit more sane, and managed, with great awkwardness and discomfort, to get the trolley just over the road, to the overpriced Co-Op, for a few essential bits, then walked through the park to greet the squirrels and crows. I did some leg presses, too, as they don't involve arms. I was knackered by it all, but it gave me a glimmer of hope that a shared room in a Home may be a few years off yet...
The Labour manifesto sounds pretty good, wibbly BREXIT stance aside. It may be unaffordable, but, as has been pointed out, we just can't afford NOT to do all this stuff.
More time gawking at the Fool's Lantern than usual, (anf that's far too much-) I was just starting to get into the odd new WATCHMEN when the series finished. Watched a film, THE LITTLE STRANGER, after another bestseller I haven't read. It wasn't scary, but intriguing, and well mounted.
WAR OF THE WORLDS has never done much for me, in any version. I find it, and the Tripod attack machines rather dull. This new BBC one is rather entertaining, though.