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  1. Joleisa

    I enjoyed reading your Blogtober posts. I too fell off the Blogtober wagon, but thankfully I wasn’t ill. We just took a break from work and the blogging got left behind too. I also could have done with more prompts that were not Halloween-related. Anyway, I hope you are all on the mend and I now look forward to Blogtober 2023.

    • Anne Sweet

      There were a lot of Halloween prompts that I had difficulty with. I guess it’s hard to come up with ideas, I wouldn’t want the job. I hope you have enjoyed your little break.

  2. Samantha Donnelly

    You really have had a very tough month, am so glad your husband made a good recovery and after watching Ambulance on BBC it does not surprise me you had to wait 2 hours for an ambulance. Glad you are now feeling better

    • Anne Sweet

      Thank you. The ambulance wait was really scary, thankfully he was coping without needing immediate help. I don’t know if I’d have been any good at resuscitation. I feel really bad for our NHS services, they are suffering so much at the moment. I think treatment at hospital during Covid was a lot quicker because they brought in a lot of retired staff and nurses that had moved on, but they’ve gone again now.

  3. Ruth

    Oh dear what a difficult second half of October. I can’t believe you had to wait so long for an ambulance! I am glad that your husband is on the mend and your little guy recovered well. I hope that you are feeling better too xx

  4. Claire

    So glad your husband is making a good recovery after his heart attack. It’s so scary esp with the ambulance wait. Glad the infusions helped with Covid, they helped my friend too. Hope you continue to make a good recovery and are feeling well again soon. Well done for taking part in Blogtober, I’ve loved all your posts. It’s completely understandable how you couldn’t complete it with all that going on. Family and health come first xxx

  5. Laura

    How stressful was the second half! I am so glad your husband is doing well now and your son is feeling better. Here is to an amazing, calm November.

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