Do you like soft music and candle light? Or do you prefer action with the music up to a maximum? Or rather something in-between?

My few days alone with Pádraig started, again, at lunch time. There was a slight mix-up with the carers when one of them turned up at seven who we had not expected, and not at this time. In turn, one we had expected at three did not turn up. So I spend the afternoon washing and doing exercises with Pádraig.

We also listened to music. Really loud.

imagesI realised that I do not now half of the songs on my phone. Even the ones I recognise, I don’t know their titles and the name of the singers. Which is when I started a little quiz with Pádraig – asking him whether he knew who was singing. When he indicated he did, I asked him whether singer A was performing (‘no’), then singer B and so on, until I mentioned the correct name – and he indicated ‘yes’.

We spent the whole afternoon having a log of fun!

Tomorrow morning, an ambulance will bring the two of us to the UKE for an outpatient appointment. Nothing big and nothing long. Fingers crossed.

Today’s German Music Tip
BAP & Hubert von Goisern & Klaus Doldinger – Für immer jung 2011
What’s hot
Loud music
What’s cold
Neighbours’ non-stop drilling, for what I ask?
The German word/phrase/verse of the day
Es langt.