Posted: 23/10/2017 at 10:16
I agree that talking is the best place to start but then I suspect, from previous posts and behaviour, that PD is not the most "listening" kind. You have to put your own fears aside and let her know your are worried for her and want to make her feel good. A bit of pampering won't go amiss and there are people who will come to your home and do hair, nails, reflexology, massage etc but the best thing you can do is be a good patient and not go all doom and gloom and sorry for yourself. The best outcome for both is for you to get well and then go and enjoy some quality time together somewhere good for the soul.
Grey day here but not too dull and it's dry so chappies are busy roofing the shower room.
Feeling better today but still headachy so a quiet day getting on with sewing projects and patchwork homework. If I can get OH away from his golf on TV I'll watch the Jacqueline Du Pré programme. I have the rose but have never, consciously, heard her play.
Hope all goes well with DD's visitor and that Charlie has a good time. Good luck to everyone else for their activities today. Love those Possum's Pat.
I like dogs and bananas (to eat, not grow) but there's too much of both on GW.