Well Im home and settled in after having such a great weekend it has been wonderful.
After going to bed late again last night we woke up to the sun shinning through the heiki I knew it was going to be a good day.
I made our coffee and took Louis for walk but he just wouldnt go for a wee. All he did was sniff the grass, gosh I hate him when he does this, such a frustrating dog at times.
Then we went off for a walk into Queensborough, A land Rover came by and the occupants were waving madly at us and shouting at hello!!! and then I realised it was the Site Owner Stephen. he stopped and asked us where were going, so we told him for a walk. He gave us instructions to walk to Queenbury harbour and left us with, if you get to tired phone and I will pick you up. How sweet was that. He has been the perfect host all weekend.
We have been enthralled with the views this weekend, with the way the colours have changed as the clouds have come over and the sun keeps appearing and disappearing. There are geese on the water and birds in the sky. Ships siren have blown and their engines sounding as they pass by.
We walked until I got tired and then came back to the site where I cooked Sunday breakfast, by this time everybody was awake and out so we sat around by the Motorhome’s chatting the rest of the day.
It came to where we just had to say goodbye –you have to say it sometime.
Thanks everyone for a relaxing happy weekend.
Info for my Brothers as they read this blog — Tess my friend and patner in meso crime has written
This is making me feel very nervous as I must be in an even lesser figure that have had 3rd line and when it grows again I will be in an even lesser figure to that to have 4th line –my odds are getting smaller xxx
Im just amazed that out of 107 —17 had second line. I would have thought the figure would be higher. I would love to know all the reasons why the others didnt have Chemo. Also as the Medway towns would be in this figure and only 107 have been diagnosed in 2 years when meday was such a hot spot. The Dockyard closed so some would have moved out of the area I suppose!!
Thanks Tess for telling us though.