I did it! Made it to Peabody’s and had a lovely chicken and pesto panino as a reward – yum yum. And good coffee… The staff have seen quite a lot of me there over the past seven months and were lovely and friendly. It was tiring but rewarding, and nice to get into clothes again!

Otherwise not much news – spent most of the afternoon resting and reading the newspaper. Have just watched Lost, which is as silly as ever… Hopefully I’ll get myself into bed soon – it can take time when I’m very tired, but I’m expecting to sleep a bit better than last night, when sore knees kept me awake! The extra exercise seems to have quietened them down now. Tomorrow the physios might get me to the gym.

Night night!

11 thoughts on “Good panino!

  1. Morning! So, so happy that you are on better form and even up to going walkabout in search of munchies and posting late night messages.
    I’m thinking of your dad and all the Nortons.
    Lots of love,
    Robyn xx
    p.s. get me in school before 8am!

  2. Hi George! I’m so pleased to hear you’re up & about & feeling much better. You obviously fought very hard and we’re all very happy that you’re out the other side and embracing life again. So sorry to hear about your grandmother – my thoughts go out to you all.
    Take care & keep well & here’s hoping you’ll be home soon for some r&r & bacon sarnies!
    love, Tora x

  3. The gym?! Blimey – steady on George!!!

    So glad that you have made it all the way to ‘panini hunting’ on the wellness scale… chicken and pesto – good choice!

    Thinking of you lots, and looking forward to seeing you soon.

    Lots of love,

    Cat V xxx

  4. GYM!! You must be feeling better.
    Glad you had a touch of air outside the hospital and no doubt a good chat with the staff at Peabody’s.
    Just thinking of getting dinner together after the day at the shop. A Peabody’s round the corner sounds as though it would be a good idea.
    Hope you had a wonderul night’s sleep. Take care.
    Love Melanie x

  5. George,

    That’s A LOT more like the colour of money; keep it up! Glad lunch was yum.

    As soon as I hear word of singing I’ll KNOW being ill is cheating!

    So many of my friends who know about you send love to, including my Mum & my co-worker Tayo, who ask after you regularly & are on the cheer squad for sure!

    Love & hugs,
    Fi

  6. The gym – George darling, you are putting me to shame! My excuse – exams don’t leave a lot of time for exercise. Not quite sure what my excuse after exams will be though!

    Glad you are back on form, you scared me. Can’t wait to see you once the dreaded finals are over. I can’t believe that I am sitting my finals – does that mean I have to grow up?

    Love you lots and lots and am thinking of you – next time mozz and roast veg, better than chicken and pesto!

    Cx x

  7. I’m afraid i’m repeating everyone else by saying – The Gym!! wow… work those abs! (is that what people in gyms say?) sorry I missed communication last night – hid my phone because it was distracting me from the hell that is essays.
    Love and many many push ups GET DOWN AND GIVE ME 20 (they definitely say that) Jo X

  8. ok ,so i’m repeating everyone by saying the gym, you nutjob! but i love how your blog has metamorphosised overnight from cloying worry to outrageous extravagance of singing, gyming and panining.. don’t tire yourself out my friend, but keep the lust for life going!
    xxxxxxx

  9. ok ,so i’m repeating everyone by saying the gym, you nutjob! but i love how your blog has metamorphosised overnight from cloying worry to outrageous extravagance of singing, gyming and panining.. don’t tire yourself out my friend, but keep the lust for life going!
    xxxxxxx

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