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My Word of the Week
It’s been another busy week here in the Sweet Household. The weekend we had family over to visit. It was lovely having them here and catching up, we had a great day.
Then Monday and Tuesday I was at the hospital for most of the day. I’m all done now until next year, but the staff on the ward are like family to me. I treated them with a Christmas card and big tin of chocolates to say thank you for all they’ve done for me.
I watched the last episode of Mrs Wilson on Tuesday evening and I’ll be sad to see it go, not only was it a good drama (and based on a true story) I loved the images of the 60s and 70s homes and people. They reminded me so much of my family members that are no longer here.
I’ve also spent family time re-watching The Greatest Showman with Boo and the Little Man. Then whenever my older two are around we put ‘Impractical Jokers’ on. It’s so stupid you can’t help but laugh. Sal shh’s Everyone is one of my favourites. Although, taken out of context it probably looks very strange.
As Christmas draws closer I’ll be sure to be having many more family moments over the coming weeks.
Raisie Bay – Word of the Week
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