…I can still somehow manage to find something bookish somewhere, even if I couldn’t find the bookshop – which is probably quite fortunate.
Can you see the bookish link spotted once again and finally snapped on my third visit to the local hospital, and second to A&E, in a week I finally managed to get a snap of a rather bookish part of the hospital? I will admit that The Converted One wasn’t too impressed when I said ‘could you just hang on a sec’ as we headed to the casualty department (The Converted One is now fine, it seems a severe sudden case of tonsillitis was blocking the airwaves but surgery has been avoided) and then spent pretty much the whole of last night there. Last week it was me dragging us both there after I took a tumble on the tube. I am worried we will soon both be fixtures in there; actually I should now touch wood as that would be awful.
I am not doing a long post today as I need to keep an eye on the invalids tonsils in case they flare up again and so will be dressed in a nursing out fit for The Converted One all day and catching up on some kip when I can and maybe trying to do some work and have no further accidents. I might start hunting for Bookish Signs more often and sharing them every now and again, or is that a bit sad?
I did wonder though if you know of any good books based around or in hospitals (Victorian ones would be amazing, but any will do) as I weirdly couldn’t think of any! I could think of lots in institutions but not hospitals, any recommendations most welcome be they fiction or non fiction?
Oh and just so you know every time I have ended up in the hospital I have had more than one book in my bag and avoided the disaster of nothing to read in a public place with nowhere to turn to!