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Weekly Smile – (3TC #531)

I am a bit late today, because I have been looking after my dear old Mum! She came out of hospital on Friday, having had her left hip pinned back together. She fell over in the garden, when she was bringing the washing in. Doh!

Remarkably, she is getting herself up, washed and breakfasted all by herself … already; such is this mighty, feisty lady. Unlike the rest of us, who have been climbing the four walls in Covid contained displeasure; she has been on a road trip, met up with all sorts of wonderful caring and interested people, has been waited upon hand and foot and … in her own words has had a great laugh over the 9 days away.

She is missing Willow, her four legged, ‘hearing’ friend desperately. I wish Mum could see her too. But she’s with my Sister for the week, whilst Mum finds her feet and can steady herself, when the exuberant bundle of black curls, pink tongue and waggy tail launches herself around the house.

In the meantime, Mum has got me and my great big smile!

Post inspired by Trent’s Weekly Smile. Do click through for the rules if you too, would like to join in.

And this post also includes Di’s Monday Three Thing Challenge #531, DISPLEASURE, LAUGH, WISH. Do click through for the rules if you too, would like to join in.

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  1. Sorry your mom broke her hip, but it sounds like the recovery is going well so far. I hope she continues to heal and can see Willow soon!

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  2. Hope your mom feels better. ❤️ It’s amazing how active she is at 90 – I feel like I barely get anything done at 1/3rd her age. 🙈
    Really cute photo! Hope you two are having fun together.

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  3. Lovely SMILE post but I’m so sorry your mum broke her hip. But she sounds feisty and fun and I’m sure will heal up fast. I’m visiting from Trent’s smile posts and I share weekly smiles too!! Have a great week!! Diana

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