Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Going There and Have the Tee-shirt!

The Scoliosis SOS clinic requests minimum and specific clothing be worn - no clasps, zips, buttons or buckles.  Apparently they get caught in the equipment. Visions of bondage appear in my brain.

And I will be in London in April and May - so that means maximum layers of warm , waterprrof and wind proof.

So while I ponder over this sweater or that coat, the first thing that got plonked into the packing case was my most recent acquisition, courtesy of Martha Carter, artistic leader of the Twisted Outreach Project for Back Care and Scoliosis (TOPS).
Martha's curve is opposite to mine so I almost look straight!

1 comment:

  1. It's not that wet or cold at the moment, but things can and will change