It’s been a long time since I’ve written here and I apologise for that. Our lives have been taken over by haemodialysis and travelling. It has been so frustrating that no suitable house appeared as a months went by. Both of us, I believe, lost heart and accepted that this was what our lives would be, for the foreseeable future. Winter closed in and we found ourselves driving in snow storms, danger being added to the hopeless mix.
Then, this week, a solution finally appeared. It’s a flat, not our ideal residence, but it’s ground floor and within walking distance of the hospital. We view it on Monday but by all accounts it should be fine. Perhaps this misery has come to an end and we can resume our lives once more.
It’s been so long since I’ve bought a pen or restored one. I’m looking forward to it tremendously, though it will possibly be a few weeks before we get resettled and back in business. Then I’ll have rather more to write about.
16 thoughts on “Light At The End Of The Tunnel”
So good to hear from you Deb! Hope you get settled soon. Peace be to you and Gordon.
Thank you, Doug. The pendulum seems to be swinging the other way at last.
Excellent news Deb. My evry best wishes for the future.
Thank you, Paul. It’s looking good!
We hope for the very best for you!
Thank you! Fingers crossed!
What good news Deb. I know that it has been a huge struggle and I hope that things finally start to settle.
All the best to you both.
Thank you very much, Philip. It’s looking good.
All the best Deb. You’ve been missed! Hoping for a easier time for you both
Thank you, John. Hoping to get back to writing here soon.
So glad to hear this and hope the viewing goes well and Smartie likes it, and there is a square foot of garden to put a rose in a pot! Can I help at all? Let me know it there is anything I can do! XxP
That’s very kind of you, Penny. I’ll be sure to let you know if there’s anything you can help us with.
Happy New Year and I hope the flat works out for you
Happy New Year, Peter. Fingers crossed!
Holding thumbs for both of you and your husband. Hopefully everything has gone well yesterday and you now have a better solution to the problems both of you are suffering. As usual my best feelings go to both of you.
Thank you, Rui. We’ve seen the flat now and we’re taking it. It’s very convenient for the hospital and though it’s small I think it will be adquate.