I know it's morning, but yesterday had trouble getting here and now I've suddenly had lots of notifications.
KEF have you discovered yet that a trumpet is for the midwife to put one end on future Mummy's tummy and the other end to her ear to listen to baby's heart? I loved doing that when a student nurse doing an obstetrics course.Was going to be a midwife but met OH instead. Broken leg when I was on men's orthopaedics.
4th Panda and Dove, I had many happy holidays in Southwold as a child. My grandparents retired there. My grandmother was a Cobbold (local beer brewers, joined with Tolly).
Hello gardenjeannie, hope you enjoy it here. Brumbull started this thread but hasn't been seen for some time.
Pentille, hope your daughter is OK and the chemo does it's stuff without her feeling too tired.