Lunch and a glass of wine

Health seems to be improving….still antibiotic-ing, but… can now breathe, move and more importantly get to nearby pub for lunch and a glass of wine so all’s well with the world today. I am sure that the small print with the antibiotics specified wine as the perfect accompaniment to the course of treatment but there again my vision isn’t what it once was!  I am now cossetted at home with the outside light fading (at only 4:30), heating cranking up and cats curled up in their regular cat-nap positions. It seems an island of calm amid our neighbourhood bereavement and past days of ill health.

Tonight I will attend a “catering corps” meeting to prepare for Tim’s funeral on Monday but for now I am drawing strength and joy from the brief pause of being home bound and feeling more “normal” on this late autumn afternoon knowing what a lifeline my  support network of friends/family/followers brings to me and helps me keep going.

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8 thoughts on “Lunch and a glass of wine

  1. Glad to hear your feeling a little better. I know the reason “WINE” so glad that it’ still does the trick. You really are a hero such a good example to us all.

    Love Sandra x

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  2. Hi and Good Morning!
    Hope you are feeling even better today.
    Will be taking prayers tonight so hope to contact “Head Office” and put a few good words in to the Managing Director
    All love and good wishes
    Leo and Margaret

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  3. Happy Diwali, Wend. May you be flooded with light and enlightenment, or failing that, good wine. You’re quite right: we can choose from numerous new years. I’m going for them all in a sad attempt to shed 2013. See you all soon. Love to S+P.
    Sal xxx

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