A nice surprise

I have been housebound for a few days, still am thanks to a particularly nasty virus.

So it was a surprise when friends delivered these lovely flowers.

Thank you Peter and Barbara. They cheer up the place.

To other family and friends – wisest to stay away for now as I’m still infectious.

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15 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Heather
    Nov 03, 2012 @ 19:59:31

    Hope your feeling better. Let me know if you would like me to water your garden.

    Reply

  2. Heidi @ lightlycrunchy
    Nov 03, 2012 @ 20:32:29

    Feel better soon! Sometimes it’s a good excuse to do nothing for a few days.

    Reply

  3. Sandie
    Nov 03, 2012 @ 21:25:03

    Get well soon. (I’ll not be offering to water your garden – it’s a bit of a hike)

    Hope your cough clears soon.

    Reply

  4. narf77
    Nov 04, 2012 @ 04:38:00

    It’s that time of year Jean isn’t it? I think that Steve and I have hayfever even though we haven’t ever had it before…either that or its a particularly long lasting head cold. I feel for you and hope you get better soon. Those flowers are gorgeous by the way πŸ™‚

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  5. notjustgreenfingers
    Nov 04, 2012 @ 17:02:49

    The flowers are bautiful Jean, they cheered me up just looking at them, so I hope they do the same to you…what a lovely friend to send them to you.

    Hope you get better soon.

    Reply

  6. MrsYub
    Nov 05, 2012 @ 10:42:09

    Hope you are feeling better!v I’m sure the flowers helped πŸ™‚

    Reply

  7. Katie Glenn
    Nov 06, 2012 @ 00:12:10

    Flowers are the best medicine! Hope you’re up and feeling better soon!

    Reply

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