Mum update 3

3 Apr

Another update – if you missed it there was another one on the previous post.
No internet here so no laptop and I don’t know how my blood is doind because the computer is downnn..


12 Responses to “Mum update 3”

  1. Mum April 3, 2011 at 5:59 pm #

    Hello again. Rosie continues to be in an isolation room. But it’s ok – she has taken to wearing gloves and a surgical mask to block any nasty germs. She’s on antibiotics now as she seems to have a slight infection . Still getting special diet food. No idea if the pesky platelets are breeding. She’s putting the solitude to good use though – we’ve had a sneak preview of the first chapter of a book. This afternoon we all sat round her bed and played Uno. We drew the line at wearing plastic aprons whilst we did that. Um. That’s about the extent of news today . . .

    • jill Clayton April 3, 2011 at 6:33 pm #

      Thanks for the updates. We are all thinking of you and the “good vibe” strength should be enough to light up the hospital! (I’m assuming it’s GRH, by the way. Don’t want the vibes going astray. Regards, Jill

  2. Michelle April 3, 2011 at 6:49 pm #

    Right, I’ll have to get that lazy old Eshaness working harder. No more 23 hour days sleeping, it’ll be 22.5 hours sleeping and the rest hard labour 🙂
    She said she was working hard when we went out shopping yesterday but…
    Vibing lots for you Rosie, we need you back mended so we can read your rambling rant, oops, sorry, lovely blog.
    Take care, Mic, slave to Eshaness

  3. Kath April 3, 2011 at 7:19 pm #

    A book? Good idea!

  4. Rory April 3, 2011 at 9:15 pm #

    Hey Rosie!
    All the team here at Hope are thinking of you!

    all our love Rory x

  5. Debbie April 4, 2011 at 6:25 am #

    I don’t know Uno. Intrigued by the notion of aprons though, plastic or otherwise. Presume it must involve either cooking, eating or throwing things at each other. Last of these sounds most fun. It strikes me (no pun intended) this could be a tad unfair on you Ro if you’re stuck in bed and less able to dart out of the way of missiles; there again pent up frustration could be your secret weapon. 🙂

  6. margaret crisp April 4, 2011 at 7:52 am #

    Hi Rosie, a book????!!!! Do all your post-ers get signed copies, first editions???? I’m not recieving many facebook entries which is good as I have a personal message from a girl called Rosie Kilburn saying happy birthday – I don’t want it to go off the page as I’m proud of it and proud to know of you.
    Am going to a craft session this afternoon and taking my knitting and some embroidery to do. Have made several love knot corn dollies to sell on my stall too. Ought to walk this morning if sitting down this p.m. but village seems a long way away!!!!
    Lots of good vibes, love mags.

  7. Pip Armstrong April 4, 2011 at 4:35 pm #

    I didn’t know she was in an isolation room! We could never understand the apron thing, when we were visiting George’s aunt in ICU in St George’s, Tooting they made us wear them but we always wondered what they were supposed to do! Are you not more likely to carry germs on your bum from being in contact with chairs yet they don’t make you wear anything over that do they lol? Bizarre! Hope the infection goes away soon, we are all a bit snotty at mo or we may well have paid a visit, Henry is on hols so not rushing around as much! Hopefully will see you at the weekend anyway if you ever manage to get out of there x

  8. margaret crisp April 5, 2011 at 4:31 pm #

    Hi Rosie, hope you’ve had an ok day today…it’s been lovely weather here and we went for a short bike ride – the first time I’ve ridden the bike for a couple of years!! We only went a couple of miles, but I still have a sore butt!!! Think my pelvic bones must have moved or something….!
    Have been busy in greenhouse and taught a french lesson this afternoon, as well as going for a walk. Will miss the beautiful spaces to walk when we return to uk….walked along the canal for a while before going steeply uphill and back along a disused railway line. Funnily enough, there are no trains at all in the middle of Brittany where we live. There are also no boats on the canal, as you can only get so far before its been changed into a lake and hydro-electric dam place.
    We took photos of our house here the other day – will perhaps try and send them to you…will need to think about how to do that and where to send them…perhaps to facebook??????
    love mags.

  9. jill Clayton April 6, 2011 at 5:06 pm #

    Congratulations on the Citizen column, Rosie. Very thought-provoking! (Wednesday, p.16) I don’t think it’s on-line yet. Love, Jill

  10. margaret crisp April 6, 2011 at 6:15 pm #

    Hi Rosie, will need to catch up with that Citizen column! Have had a hard day today, or at least it felt hard!! Did some planting in a garden that we’ve got in the village. I have good intentions of watering up there early tomorrow…but that means I’ll have to get up early and its all uphill on the bike!! Trouble is, in the morning I can’t seem to resist staying in bed just a little bit longer and all good intentions go out the window!!!!
    I did fit a bike ride to the village today…its mainly a push up all the steep bits, but you don’t need to pedal any of the way (2 miles)from the village to our house – in fact I keep the brakes on, just in case I go over the handlebars!!!!!
    Thinking of you lots, love mags.

  11. Michelle Gabriel April 7, 2011 at 7:55 am #

    Hi Rosie
    Hope you’re doing okay, thinking of you.
    Eshaness is vibing well – she says she can vibe at full power when she’s fast asleep 🙂
    Missing your inspirational chat.

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