Hard to believe that it's Sunday again already. It's actually a Bank Holiday weekend here in England. We get two in May, one at the beginning and one at the very end. The forecast, of course, is for it to be dull and getting colder again! Eeek! Somehow I don't think I will be sitting out in the garden with my glass of wine.
Hubby will be busy, as he is in the middle of erecting a new greenhouse, 6 metres x 3 metres, so it will be good to be able to bring on all my young plants. I do tend to have lots of hanging baskets and tubs around the garden, so this will save quite a bit of money in the long run.
Some of my 'older' Followers might remember that last year was a very worrying time for my daughter Emma, as her very best friend (who was then 39) developed breast cancer, and went through a really tough time, with chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and then a Masectomy. All this just a couple months after having her much longed for baby, Lily. So, really, for the first ten months of Lily's life, she was too poorly to look after her.
Anyway, Emma's friend (who is Eleanor's Godmother) celebrated her 40th birthday only a couple of weeks ago, and she has now found another lump. She will know the results of the biopsy when she goes back for a Scan next week. I know that we are saying prayers for various bloggy friends at the moment, but if you could offer up another one for Kelly, I would be grateful, as I really do believe in the power of prayer. Thank you!
Here are a couple of photos of little Eli which I took this week. He had just been to the Hairdressers for the first time for another haircut. His hair really does grow very quickly. I can hardly believe that he will be FOUR at the end of June. My goodness me, where did that time go?!
The following photo is one I took of daughter number one with her niece, Ruby Violet, last week. Apparently, Emma was reading some of my blog posts for April, and pointed out that I had called her daughter number two by mistake! Eeeek!
Daughter number 1 had a fantastic time in the Dominion Republic (actually it was a small island off the mainland) and she said that it was just like being in paradise. I haven't seen any photos yet, but watch this space!
The following is a photo of granddaughter number 1, which was taken whilst we were out for our meal the evening before they went back to France.
You have seen a similar photo to this next one, but not this particular shot. I just love it, because it is such a happy photo, and she really is such a fun person to be around. I can't wait for our holiday together in July!
Well, that's another 'Sunday Snaps' done and dusted. I'm running out of ideas a bit now, and I've been doing this feature for quite some time, so I might have to think of a 'Sunday Something Else' for a while!
Bye for now, and I look forward to seeing you again soon. Take care.