When we got back

When we got back from our 9 days in Eastbourne, part of our walls had been turned into an art gallery (the plate is ours)! We had vacated our home so that our grandchildren weren’t homeless between house moves – and this is how they thank us!!

Iris describes

One of the many joys of having the grand­children to stay overnight is when they wake up in the morning and drift into our bedroom for a chat. They’ve learnt to check that it’s not too early but that still means any time from 7am onwards.

At 7 o’clock on Boxing Day morning, 3-year-old Iris climbed into our bed and asked if we still had that square thing you put on your feet. Seeing our perplexity she added that it’s got numbers on, which had us even more baffled.

She then jumped out of the bed, said she knew where it was, and reaching under the wardrobe she pulled out the bathroom scales proclaiming ‘here it is’!

What an angel.