When I don’t have a wheat bag

Just lately I’ve been spending more time at my boyfriend’s flat while he’s out at work. Usually I only hang out there when the two of us are hanging out together, but sometimes it’s just nice to have a change of scene, especially as the weather has been bad and I haven’t really been going out on my own much.

The thing is, I always keep forgetting to take a wheat bag there for when I’m either sore or cold and need warming up. When Rob’s there with me this isn’t a big deal because we have hot water bottles. However me filling one of those up with no one around to help  me would not be a good idea.

It’s a two-handed job and my left hand wouldn’t cope well with trying to hold the hot water bottle steady while I poured the boiling water in. Plus, I’m not strong at all, but my left hand is much weaker than my right and sometimes I even struggle to carry a thick-ish book with it, so I would probably drop the hot water bottle in the process too.

As I’m never usually anywhere without a trusty wheat bag, I started to realise just how much I miss them when I don’t have them.

I really must remember to buy one to keep there.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “When I don’t have a wheat bag

  1. Hi, this might be a silly suggestion, but it looks like wheat bags are pretty similar to what I use for my spasticity.

    I usually use a nice sewed bag with rice in it, but when I forget that I fill an old (clean) sock with rice, tie the top, and microwave that. I wonder if that might sometimes work for you? Anyway, sorry if that isn’t useful to you, but I just found your blog and I’m enjoying it!

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