When we saw a sign for ‘Canadian Camp’ in the grounds of Winston Churchill’s Chartwell this morning we just had to have a look. These two Canadians were delighted to find the pictured hammock to put their feet up in.
We’ve had a good week that has seen Brenda travel to London for a couple of brief meetings with 30 Percent and CWN. Nicki dropped in during the week to discuss Poetry and Spanish lessons and we had a nice visit despite the downpour which brought these three together (see below – card by http://www.lindsaydupont.com). Later that day we were due to pop in to Oliver Barratt’s new sculpture show but events in London kinda put the mockers on this (www.oliverbarratt.co.uk). Oliver has taught India at school and was a pupil there in my time.
The main thrust of today’s message seems to be that things are really starting to get back to some sort of normal (touch wood.) However, Brenda’s diary isn’t going into overdrive just yet. The Buprenorphine patch is now a thing of the past and although there has been some reaction to this, stomach turning and pain I think it is gone for good. Teddy is back from school for the holidays this evening which will make up for the absence of our globetrotting India who is in China on a school trip.
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Brenda we are so pleased that you are doing so well. Love to you all. The Freezes xxx
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Thank you, Freezes. Dreaming about drinks with all of you overlooking the Cove this summer! Bx
Very happy Bren that you are doing so well. You are amazing! Keep up the good work. LOTS of LOVE Mummy XOXO
Great Brenda, the worst is behind you.
So glad you feel better – so looking forward to seeing you this summer.
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On Fri, Mar 24, 2017 at 9:50 AM, Brenda won’t back down wrote:
> brendawontbackdown posted: “When we saw a sign for ‘Canadian Camp’ in the > grounds of Winston Churchill’s Chartwell this morning we just had to have a > look. These two Canadians were delighted to find the pictured hammock to > put their feet up in. We’ve had a good week that has seen B” >