Good Morning Ladies,
I hope that you are all well and enjoying the sunshine, I love to see it and I like to sit out later in the afternoon and evening when it's cooler. It's lovely to sit and eat our dinner outside, this is the first house that we have had a garden that we have 'wanted' to sit out in.
Now you remember a couple of weeks back I had a bit of an incident or 'incedents' with frogs?
We still aren't sure whether the cats bought it in or if it made its own way in through the Patio doors, we have a lot of wooded areas in the garden that are consistently damp so I guess it's a haven for frogs.
In case any of you missed the post I stumbled upon a frog in the lounge, that Milo was playing with, which I bravely ejected after I had calmed down and composed myself. I thought that was the end of it until we were in bed that night, I wondered what Milo was playing with in the corner of my bedroom at about 2am, when I shined a light on him, it was another BLOODY FROG!!!
I had put the whole incident to the back of my mind until the postman arrived on Thursday last week....
I was excited to see a personal card (rather than Bills or Junk mail), so I hurried to open it and got the surprise of my life.......3 Hilarious looking Frogs, you couldn't do anything but laugh could you.
I then opened the card and read the Brilliantly funny verse that Karen's hubby wrote, he is a flippin Genius Karen, do you use his services often????
Karen, thank you so much, we have had a hellish few weeks of worry and stress, with A Levels, strange and scary Lumps, Mum being rushed into hospital and then to cap it all last week Matt being admitted Tuesday and kept in until Sunday.
Your card made both Paul and I laugh, something that we hadn't done for some days, I have kept the card on the side in my bedroom and every time I look at it I smile.
Such a thoughtful thing to do, they say that laughter is the best medicine and I believe it is, I think I am going to maybe do a 'RAK' card Challenge, where you just make a card and send it to somebody for no particular reason, a Random Act of Kindness can really make a difference to somebody's day, it certainly did ours.
Lucy's appointment went well, your prayers and positive thoughts helped, its a benign Tumor, that we now have to keep an eye on the size of. I think you could actually physically see the relief in both Paul, Myself and Lucy, she was most relieved that she didn't need a Biopsy or any needles! Thank you all so very much for keeping us in your thoughts.
Have a lovely day ladies, tomorrow I am sharing my first Christmas card !!!
Love and Hugs to all,