From the Mouths of Babes and Infants…

It was a difficult time, for all of us, when Ellie was so sick & in hospital with her nasty infected chickenpox.

The Mummy was talking to her about it, saying “It was really hard seeing you so sick in hospital, Ellie”

She straight-away replied: “But Mummy, remember the fun we had in the playroom there”.

Wow.

Such wisdom from a 4-year-old!

We can definitely learn a lot from even very young children :)

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Related: The Story Behind the Photo

The Story Behind the Photo

This was my Silent Sunday Photo on the weekend (many thanks, by the way, to everyone who offered words of support):

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Ellie was in hospital, & on a drip. Neither she nor Jake have ever had to spend time in hospital like this since they were little babies; obviously it’s been a difficult time for all of us.

So why was she there? Continue reading

Perils of the Sporting Life

I wonder how many people have injured themselves playing Kinect Sports on the X-Box?

Whatever it is, that number just went up by 1.

Bare feet (slippy laminate floor) + lack of space + big kick + wire waste-paper basket = OOPS!

I nearly scored too; it was a tight match & 0-0!

The game wouldn’t stop when it was supposed too despite my frantic, & – I thought – correct hand gestures.

I looked around for the controller & couldn’t see it. And I missed a great scoring chance!

Noticing a fair few splotches of gooey red stuff on the floor, I thought I’d better call an injury time-out. I managed to find the controller, pressed a few buttons & 1 of them seemed to stop the game.

It may have to be abandoned due to lack of subs…

I’m having trouble putting a bandage on it: it’s only a small gash, but deep. There’s quite a lot of blood!

The worst thing is it may stop me from finishing this…..

*faints*

*head hits keyboard*

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