Today was it time again to check up on the lymph fluid problem that I have – and I was a bit early so decided to walk to the hospital from Lund’s Central Station, normally it takes about 15 min maybe – but for me it took 90 min. I met so much beauty along the way.
And Oscar was in a great mood too. *smile
After the 1 hour long exam I had planned to take the hospital bus, 215, direct back to Landskrona – was a bit early for departure so I treated myself to a nice sandwich with salami and brie cheese in a beautiful Focaccia roll and a cup of coffee.
Had plenty time .. so on the way to the bus stop I gave Oscar a chance to work on the rhododendron. The bus had been sitting there the whole time, but when I turned around to walk over the bus stop – it took off.
My watch was 10 min behind …. talk about standing with a long face, had all that time and still missed the bus. Typical me – so I had to take bus – train – bus.
This 215 bus is excellent service, it connects 3 major hospitals; Helsingborg-Landskrona-Lund and it has a nurse as hostess abord. Just brillaint, but there is 2 hours between every depature.
Also I notice today that our ambulance services that is owned by the Danish company, Falck – runs on gas. So proud of being a Scandinavian …. when I see things like that, when we think of the enviroment and Mother Nature. Our ambulance services has been yellow for at least 20 years, before they where white. UK and Sweden has the same colors.
Had plans to visit the park and look how the swans were doing, just a stroll from Landskrona Hosptial where the bus stops and on my path home. Still with taken the train I thought I was going visit them anyway – but the rain started to pour down again. It had been raining for a full week more or less. So the park visit is postponed for tomorrow, I’m so excited over to see this year’s cygnets.
I returned home with 278 images on my card – I was entchanted nearly everything I saw and met. *smile My favorite image is this one above, the pretties little thing I met and it captured my soul.
“Distance lends enchantment to the view”