Friday, 11 July 2008

thank you


Right then. I am all emotionally blogged out for the moment I think. We are going home tomorrow - we need to attend to our own lives for a bit. We will probably come back in a week or so. This is the quiet time for us business-wise, so we can bob up and down to give Ma and Sister Natalie support without being in their hair all the time.

Ma is hoping to go away on holiday for a couple of weeks once the Pick Your Own Raspberry season is over in early August. I think that Sister Natalie is hoping to take some time off to go with her; B and I are hoping that she will come and visit us for a few days and she has an invitation from an old friend in Yorkshire that she can take up if she wants to.

B and I have our building work to finish sorting out and New Baby to prepare for. So we have things to think about. I want to process this in small chunks rather than all at once. The Medicare people came this morning and picked up Dad's hospital bed, the two hoists and all the various other paraphernalia of being old and disabled. That means that Ma can at least start to make the space her own again - not blot Pa out exactly; but reorganise her space to fill the missing gap.

Thank you everyone for your support over the last few weeks (and months). It has been very much appreciated by all of us. I have found a great outlet in writing about it all and I shall continue to do so when I need to, I suppose.

Next week, though, I really AM going to try to post something about the bees :).



4 comments:

  1. GoodTwin <SAS>11 July 2008 at 22:06

    I've been on holiday this week so not keeping up with regular reading.
    I'm glad everything has gone smoothly this week. It's natural to keep going through it all and not at all weird to blog about it - it's an emotional outlet and you have friends.
    Take care - you have a new life to think about.

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  2. I've been on holiday this week so not keeping up with regular reading.
    I'm glad everything has gone smoothly this week. It's natural to keep going through it all and not at all weird to blog about it - it's an emotional outlet and you have friends.
    Take care - you have a new life to think about.

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  3. I've been out of touch with your blog (as I too have changed to ubuntu :-) and lost my bookmarks :-( Just caught up, and I am so so sorry to hear of your loss. Time is a healer, but that doesn't help with the pain right now. Hope you and yours are as well as can be.

    Suzanne

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  4. I've been out of touch with your blog (as I too have changed to ubuntu :-) and lost my bookmarks :-( Just caught up, and I am so so sorry to hear of your loss. Time is a healer, but that doesn't help with the pain right now. Hope you and yours are as well as can be.

    Suzanne

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