I should be celebrating. Woohoo! May’s new chair is here!
After months of insisting, pleading and, finally, demanding – it is here. It is even adjusted so she can use it. It is comfortable. Her positioning is good. She seems to enjoy it – and she does not feel that way about all chairs.
So, why do I feel like this:
Maybe, I should feel more like this:
It’s never simple, is it?
**UPDATE** I need to clarify that this chair is not May’s wheelchair, as I think most people assumed. This is her feeding and activity chair. The one she was using was broken for at least eight months and was only fixed about two days before this new one arrived. (Nice work, Lambeth Social Services.) May’s wheelchair has been ordered as well and should be with us in about a month’s time.