I have had some very special visitors, who have been a real tonic. Our youngest daughter and her little family have been to stay for a few days. The weather was glorious for which I was truly thankful. Whilst we were unable to get out and about due to extreme side effects of the chemo. The garden became a safe haven and a great place to gather for gymnastics, games, picnics and general chit chat. The girls certainly loved the chickens and loved to collect and indeed use the eggs collected daily.
The Queens Jubilee highlights were watched on the TV and we donned our fancy hats for a very nice afternoon tea. The girls had a whale of a time making scones and cakes for the event.
We did manage a little crafting too, some button sorting and the inevitable button picture.
They were dab hands at weighing out the ingredients. They were a real joy to spend time with making many memories to treasure. The sound of laughter filling our little cottage is a joy to behold and will be greatly missed now that they have left.
Back to reality, as I am still on antibiotics I am unable to have the next round of chemo due today. Hopefully I will be well enough to have it next Tuesday, time will tell. Hope all is well with you. I am afraid I have been a little remiss visiting your blogs but hopefully will catch up with you all soon.
See you soon.