“DOORS ARE CLOSING. LIFE GOING DOWN,” I misheard the Voice of Surbiton Hospital’s lift say to us.
“Well, that’s unduly pessimistic,” I said to mum.
“Find my lipstick for me will you,” she frowned at the lift mirror. Then she smiled up at me from a lop-sided position in her collapsible wheelchair, teeth awry, hair, slightly deranged. I looked an absolute mess.
When we got back to Mum’s the dog had pissed up against the cooker.
So glad I read your blog all the way through. It should be compulsory for councillors, officers and MP
Thank you Alison! I think we might be in the Comet this week as a journalist picked up on it.