Having just come through an awful flu virus, I then manage to slip a disc in my back. Well, I say disc, as a full diagnosis on my constant back problem has never fully been explored. There are several reasons for this, some to do with my private (self employed) medical insurance companies refusal to pay for a scan if no surgery is then required, but mostly because I just put up with it, some things are meant to be borne. That said, my wife called out the doctor yesterday morning who insisted I have a scan in the next few weeks. I’ve succumbed to his advice, purely because my pain threshold has finally been breached and I can’t afford to lose any time from work. Self employment isn’t always what it seems.
Which also makes a nice bridge to the scan of my final painting of Staithes in North Yorkshire. I’ve enjoyed painting these little fishing boats. This group were partly upturned along the slip. I’m sure I have a flash video created from stills. It’s online and I’d be happy to send a link to anyone interested. Thanks again for visiting.