Friday’s blog a private peek.
It’s the buses. You know how you wait for ages,
and then they all arrive at the same time?
Well this week, the buses all left the depot and headed straight for us. And not in a kind way.
First Tina’s Mum and Dad.
They are both so ill, and poor Tina has been at her wit’s end
trying to juggle hospitals and doctors.
I managed to finally talk her out of doing the TV on Sunday,
and told her she needed to focus on them.
Meanwhile, I have been practising a couple of new tricks she was going to show you, and I think I’ve cracked it now!!
Next bus: Steve, my brother.
His back has gone. Can’t even stand up properly, and you KNOW he’s in excruciating pain when he’s lost his sense of humour.
So he is going to a very good osteopath every day, in an attempt to realign his spine.
This has really slowed down Groovi production, and Dave has been working stupid hours, like Steve usually does, to keep up.
If your orders are late, that’ll be why.
Next bus: Gracie
She’s been talking about a growth in her throat for months.
Finally went to get it checked out.
What do you say when your kid rings you and tells you that she has to have surgery on her throat? That the tests have come back,
and that they have found something.
The operation is next Friday, in fact.
And New York suddenly seems even further away.
Well, my flight and hotel are already booked for next Wednesday,
so I shall be there in good time.
It meant cancelling a few things, which I feel sorry about,
but I have to be there.
It goes without saying.
She’s still my little girl.
I had been thinking about a trip to visit her,
but not quite under these circumstances.
Please do me a favour.
Please think positive thoughts and send positive energy
She’s a tough cookie and she will be fine I’m sure,
but a lot of love and positivity from home wouldn’t go amiss either.
In fact, let’s have a group hug for Tina, Steve AND Grace!
What a bloody game this thing called Life is.
But there we are.
It is never the event, but how you respond to it which will ultimately affect you.
Tina, Grace and Steve are three of the strongest individuals I know;
they just need a little support and help right now.