Monday, February 14, 2022

Family visit

 Good morning dear Blogger friends. Last month Angus booked The Bunker for the first week of February. They came to celebrate my birthday (albeit a week early) and at the same time, Angus did several running repairs on my cottage as well as some tidying up at The Bunker (cable tied the electric cords for the bedside lamps and at the kettle and toaster in the kitchen) Amanda re-formula'ed my farm wages and sorted out a PDF issue I'd had with my Weigh-Less member's online enrolment forms. Angus also added a Malware program to Ronnie's desktop as she has been the victim of mountains of spam.  

We are experiencing horrifically hot weather this February. Ronnie invited my family to come and swim at any time. Which they did! 

The comments from the family in the guest book at The Bunker 

We had a delicious lunch at the Waffle hut last Wednesday. When they checked out on Saturday, they came by where I was volunteering at Parkrun.

Abby will be ten in March, Joel turned 12 on 30th January 
and Liam, the littlest Hedges turned seven on 12th January

 Wonderful friends from all over the world, and here in the Champagne Valley and a weeklong visit from my children. 



  1. So heartwarming to spend time with family.

  2. Hello Jo,
    What a fun week, a visit with your family and celebrating your birthday! Love the photo of you and your grandchildren. Take care, enjoy your day and the week ahead.

  3. time is fleeing faster and faster, your grands have grown so tall. so happy they could visit and combine with helping out, what a great birthday gift

  4. Beautiful grands, and such a sweet thank you note. Know you must love seeing them and spending time together. You look awesome too Jo!
    Hugs to you on Valentine's Day x

  5. That was an awesome birthday.

  6. I scrolled through your blog as I must admit that for the moment I am not myself. I missed your birthday, best belayed wishes and see that your grandchildren have grown a lot. It's a long time that you didn't post anything of your family. Rick's Parkinson gets worse, especially his brain. Often he talks nonsense and I don't know how long it will last. He likes his home very much fortunately, as he can't go out, he walks very badly and has no balance.

  7. Thanks for sharing the blog so well and I hope you have something new for me to study.


  8. What a lovely family you have Jo. xxx♥️


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