This is one of the easiest and simplest wreaths You can do. I could have made it less "fluffy" around the edges but my mood wasn´t the best that Saturday. I had picked some acorns and maple seeds to have in it too, but the wreath will become brown after a while and then they would be hard to see. I felt that it had been some time since I last made one :-) Normally it would take ten minutes at the most making a wreath like this (but better), now it took half an hour :-) :-)
So I went to the hospital on tuesday to meet a rheumatic specialist and also a physiotherapists and an occupational therapists. I went there believing we would talk about one disease (psoriasis artheritis), but went home after talking about another disease (Bechterews disease) :-) The doctor examined me and asked me after al symptoms I could describe. After a while she asked if I ever had back pains and I told her that I had had that twice and that it was something of the worst pain I´ve ever had. So she asked me if I had any pain now and I said no. But if I put my fingers here she said and pressed them towards my lower spine.
I didn´t realise that one could have such back pains without knowing it :-) :-) :-) But I did know it after her pressing her fingers there :-) :-) So next week I´ll x-ray my spine. Well I can´t say that I´m happy to have this disease but it is much better than psoriasis artheritis. The best way to treat this illness is actually to have a job like I have and to have dogs that forces me to take walks every day :-) The more active I am, the better I will feel. I will also continue with the anti inflammatoric pills I already hav and I have also started taking pills against ulcer. Not that I have any ulcer, but the medicine will prevent me from getting one.
Otherwise it has been a normal week. Perhap not normal because we now have an Australian man working in our factory. He will stay with us for a couple of weeks and afte that he will travel to Canada competing in snowboard of some kind (most probably one of the more extreme kinds, austarlians usually does that :-) :-) ). He used to do that before but injured his back so he had to stop. But now he´ll try once again and I hope he will be successful. But there´s one problem, even though most sweeds speaks rather good english we are ashamed over our broken english. So it´s only I and the one he works with that speaks to him.
I never miss a chanse to speak english, it happens so seldome out here in the countryside. I really don´t want him to feel to isolated either. How fun is it standing there with nobody to talk too all day. I brought him on a little tour through tha factory today and it´s one thing talking english on a video showing it here and a totally different thing talking it "live" :-) :-) But it´s fun and if we would have any problems understanding each other we just try to say it again in a slightly different way :-) :-) :-)
It looks like I will have troubles getting the highest grade in the daily dozen in National Geographic. I have the fith highest grade at the moment but it is a bit to much behind I´m afraid. But I thank You all for voting on my photo. I´ll let Tou know if I get a new chanse with another photo :-)
Have a great day now!