Hello and welcome to the home of Word of the Week. A nice and simple weekly linky, with everyone welcome to pop by and share. The idea of the linky is to reflect back on your past week and share it with us. It’s great if you can sum it up in a word or phrase, hence giving us your Word of the Week. My word this week is ‘relief’ and you can read more about that below.
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MY WORD OF THE WEEK – Relief
On Saturday I got the news I’d been waiting for, My MRI was clear. Walter has left my brain and everything is going to be ok. It took a while but it was such a relief and great news.
Another relief is getting back into the school routine. Well, apart from Star. She has done one day so far. She went in for a meeting on Monday and they agreed to a gradual return to school, just a couple of hours a day and some work sent home. She agreed but then got sick again. In fact she has been really poorly and we had to call the GP yesterday. She now has medication and has had samples sent off for testing. I’m hoping the medication starts giving her some relief soon. Maybe we can get her back to school next week.
There is not many things to feel relieved about in this world at the moment so I’ll take all the little wins I can.
Now it’s over to you, what word or phrase sums up your week this week.