Another waiting room, another chair, but, at last, I’m getting signed off after the temporary loss of vision in my left eye six weeks ago. It was most probably caused by a very small stroke, otherwise known as a TIA (Temporary Ischaemic Attack) so now, apart from taking the tablets, I can get on with my life again.
My appointment was in Pontefract so, while we were here, we took the chance to revisit the castle, the museum and the library.
The new visitor centre at the castle includes portraits of some of the more colourful characters from its past drawn by John Welding. An exhibition at the museum features a hundred year’s worth of posters and other ephemera from Holmes Printers of Gillygate, Pontefract.
And just one more chair . . . this one was on the terrace at Betty’s, Harlow Carr, Harrogate, last Friday.