Okay, after that rather depressing last post I figured it was probably worthwhile lifting the mood somewhat. This past week, I have been recovering slowly but if there is one thing I hate it's being cooped up. It's a little better at my parent's place since their house is so much larger than my tiny flat, but I still needed to get out and get some fresh air. For a few days this week, I have done exactly that since my Dad also has to exercise his knee, so a little wander should do us all good. It was tiring, but definitely good to get out. Today, however, I was feeling rather tired and opted to stay in, instead taking inspiration from the Great British Bake Off and attempting to make my first loaf of bread. As with anything I do, I went for the hardest option and attempted Paul Hollywood's Eight-Strand Plaited Loaf . I got as far as the fifth step of the plait and gave up, as my dough was not really playing ball and the plaiting didn't make a lot of sense!
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The doctors and nurses of the NHS do some amazing work, but I really don't want to go back any time soon! A little over two weeks ago, the muscles of my shoulders and neck started to ache quite a bit, which I just put down to the anxiety I was feeling at the time trying to achieve things at work. Looking back, I guess I wasn't exactly on top form, as I steered clear of people and disappeared for a wander during my brother-in-law's birthday party the following Monday, not something I normally do when visiting family. By the time Wednesday came around, my temperature had hit 38.2 during the day and the headaches had started to set in, reaching 39.1 overnight, but completely manageable with paracetamol so I felt more than well enough to head to work.