@variablepulserate You have Council people mowing grass!! Round here it's nearly waist-high in places. Allegedly to increase "habitat" for animals (when we are definitely rural, surrounded by farms, forest and heath). Nothing to do with saving money.
@joeo10 Excellent. It’s absolutely vital for me. I have reduced shoulder mobility after having two frozen shoulders, plus very tight calf muscles, for some unknown reason. I also get fibromyalgia-like flares every so often, so this kind of massage pretty much keeps me moving comfortably! It’s also nice & relaxing - mostly. Some awkward manoeuvres to release joints, but not too bad.
@matigo It was a lovely day - until about 2 hours ago when a Canadian friend of mine messaged to say she has breast cancer. There’s always some bad stuff to bring me back down to Earth with a bump. ☹
Just had my regular full-body remedial massage. Next, shower, then some online crossword solving over Zoom, followed by coffee at a friend's. Almost life as we knew it.
@variablepulserate It certainly would!
@variablepulserate I'm not sure the eyes see as well as cameras, but the brain does a wonderful job of filling in the gaps. Although apparently the answer is 576, so I guess I'm wrong there. 😂
@matigo Hope you don't get any nasty after-effects like I did. 🤞
@jws Hmm, kind of appropriate as I grew up about 40 miles from York.
@sumudu 👍 I didn't know that. I knew you attended church. I may get confirmed one day, but starting at the beginning! Except as an adult it feels more significant than a christening as a baby.
@variablepulserate Not at all. Church of England. I happen to like my local parish church very much, so after being been to all kinds over the years, I have kind of settled here.