Another good day

Hello everyone!  I had such a busy day yesterday, cleaning, tidying, taking my beloved to buy his new computer and clearing our small spare room, so I had no time to do a blog.  Then we popped in with a new home card and a bottle of wine for Beth in her new home.  Mahmood was cooking and did not seem very sociable.  Malcolm was impressed by her new home.  I felt sorry that Beth was still sleeping on a mattress on the floor, as her room needs painting and a new carpet, whereas Mahmood’s office had been painted and partly organised.  Beth is working full time, but Mahmood cannot work until he gets a work permit, so he has more time to decorate.  Beth is really happy with her new home.

 

I had a good day at work with no spare time to summarise.  I finished summarising a large file today, but only had time to start another one, as the doctors were quick to check the letters for me to code and scan.  

 

It is good to be back home tonight with my beloved.  He prepared delicious tuna pasta for our meal.  He was thrilled that Cathy had popped in with her youngest charge Katie, who is five months old: apparently she is lovely with big blue eyes.  His back is playing up again but he did get to open church, which he enjoyed.  I love his enjoyment of his new computer, setting it up and playing on it.  It is so good to see him so happy; it always cheers me to come home.  This is the day that the Lord has made and I rejoice and am glad in it.

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2 Responses to Another good day

  1. Renuka says:

    Helen,
    its a treat to read your blog and visit your space as first I have been to your beloved\’s thru bittersweet…such a beautiful relationship,such a beautiful family full of love and positive outlook on life…Saw all the pictures, you all look so happy and radiant inspite of physical pain and its limitations…Its because you all care so much for each other…Emotional pain is more crippling and leaves you totally devastated…when you have such a loving family physical pain can be endured…Cheers to you all…I wish you all happiness and pray to god that some miracle happens and your beloved is free of pain once again…God bless you all…

  2. Helen says:

    Renuka,
    How kind to make such lovely comments.  I am so fortunate to be married to the man I love and who loves me in the same way.  I am so lucky to have two lovely daughters, who are also my friends.  My beloved Malcolm is such a good step dad to my girls and they both value him as I do.  Stephen, their late father, would have been so proud of them. 

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