Yawn free

Two new clothes racks for the flat. Jim brought them to the Arcola and we loaded them into my little red Nellie. B and I ate a massive turkish meal, opposite the thatre, choked on cake and laughter then met up with Zoe and Corin the middle kids, who had been to see Jim. They thought he was wonderful too.
We all sat and chatted until the yawning got too much for all of us.
I am now going to bed. Jim is nearly home, B is asleep in Hackney and Zoe and Corin are driving back to Brighton.
I have a candle burning for dear Polly Padley who is struggling to stay well. All the angels are working overtime now for my family.
night Polly, sleep well and be strong in the morning.

6 thoughts on “Yawn free”

  1. I don’t know who Polly is but I hope she’s getting better.
    (Chrissie, I think I’m wishing you a happy autumn today, Neath is in monsoon season! The rain is coming down like stair-rods this morning!)

  2. Thankyou so much Jeni, and Chrissie and Christian. I am home now and poor mum has to wait on me hand and foot because Im not allowed to leave my bed (not as relaxing as it sounds!) My mum needs lots of support at the moment, she has been the best mum in the world, coping with everything going on and I really do hope someone up there is looking after her too. Back into the clinic again today so hopefully they won’t pull me back into the ward. Lots of Love and thanks from Octavia and I xxxxx

  3. Polly is one of the bravest, strongest girls I know. She has been dealt a rotten hand when it comes to health and has to bear more than anyone should. She is beautiful, kind, funny and a delight to
    be around. And she can sing like an angel.

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