So, we are not sure what to think, will he get better with time, is this the new norm, no-one seems to be able to answer that question. All patients react differently, so hard to tell. So, we will just have to shoulder on, and hope that things will get better with time. Of course, Brian is very frustrated as all he wants to do is go back to being able to do things again.
We are taking a 3-day trip to Niagara on the Lake in a couple of weeks. I felt that we both needed a change of scenery, and just enjoy some time away from home, and we will just do what Brian can manage. I have booked a nice B&B, and we are going to take our bikes and do a bit of biking, as biking is easier on Brian's legs than walking. We can go out for some nice dinners, and we are going to go a see Me and My Girl at the Shaw Theater.
Then at the end of June, we leave for Florida for a couple of weeks. We are driving down with the dogs, and hopefully the long drive in the car won't be too troublesome for Brian, but we will take his pain medication and take it if necessary! The kids will all fly down for a week, and again we don't plan on being too active, just sitting around the pools, and enjoying some meals out. Of course, the kids will probably go and do some things on their own, but Brian and I will just enjoy some relaxation and take care of the dogs on the days they do other things.
We also had some very exciting news in that my cousin, Liz, and her partner, Chris, will be coming from Australia to see us for a couple of weeks at the end of September. I am so excited for them to come as we haven't seen Liz in 28 years! We are planning on taking them to a few places in Ontario, of course, Niagara area, St. Jacob's, maybe Toronto, and plan on taking a few days to visit Ottawa. So we are both very excited for this visit, and to meet Chris as well.
Anyway, that is about it for now; I probably won't blog again until after our return from Florida. I certainly hope that soon we will get consistent warm weather!