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MY WORD OF THE WEEK – Imprisoned
Last week we had the most wonderful holiday and I wrote all about it here. Now, I don’t know if it’s the holiday blues but I’m not feeling my best this week. First of all I got pinged on the Covid app. which meant I had to self isolate (which ends today.) We couldn’t invite the Little Man’s friends around for his birthday on Monday but he’ll see them today. Better late than never! But I’m not in the mood, my wheelchair is broken and I feel imprisoned in my own home.
On the last night of our holiday I noticed that it felt wobbly but we were still able to get around a little. When we stopped on the way home for a toilet brake, I noticed it wouldn’t reverse, so I became really worried. Then on Wednesday (Finally) Graham got it out of the car boot to look at it and the verdict is…the motor has broken. It’s going to cost at least £100 just for someone to look at it, then we have the parts and work to pay for, and honestly, we are broke after paying for our holiday.
So, even though my self-isolation will be over, I still can’t go out. Not that I wanted to do much, but I found that during the holiday that being away from home was making me feel better, or at least it took my mind off my pain. I want to go, anywhere but here, I feel imprisoned again.
Now it’s over to you, what word or phrase sums up your week this week?