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Well this is a bit late in the day, isn’t it! Monday is almost over and I am only just getting around to posting my Living Arrows post for the week. Usually, I schedule my posts in advance and feel all motivated and happy when I start the week. Today I started the week exhausted, so I just spent the whole day playing with Daisy, relaxing at home and playing games. It was lush! Just the tonic that I needed after the busy week last week. My Mum had her open heart surgery and has made it out of ICU already. I’m so pleased and look forward to her getting home so that she can get back on her feet. As I was at the hospital Thursday, Friday and Sunday Thomas spent most of his week off work looking after Daisy. This week’s photograph was taken by him during their time together. Anyway, here is our Living Arrows 8/53 post – Daisy and Daddy spent the week together!
Daisy has really enjoyed spending time with her Daddy this week. They have been out to play, had lazy days together and been visiting Grandma’s house twice a day to keep her pets fed and cared for. Daisy loves Grandma’s house anyway, but even more so when she gets to play with her Teletubbies Russian dolls!
Last week was a really stressful one, and I don’t think this week is going to be much different, to be honest. However, I’m so glad that my Mum has made it through her heart surgery safe and she will hopefully be home by the end of the week. I’m working hard, to keep ahead with blog work, and I’m looking forward to spending time with my Mum when she’s back at home. Also, I’ll be going to visit on Wednesday and Thursday, which will help my Mum pass the time until she can get home. Hope all goes to plan now!
Daisy has had a great week and Thomas is back to work now. Maybe one day he’ll give up work to help me with my business – we shall see! For now, we are really happy with our family dynamic but I’m already looking forward to April when Thomas has a week off work again!
If you enjoyed this Living Arrows post you may enjoy looking back at our first full year of Living Arrows from last year.