Road to recovery

A very, very big squeezy thank you for all your lovely messages and words of encouragement. I’m recovering very well and enjoying having the best excuse ever to lie about on the sofa, watch shiny moving things on TV and do, erm, nothing. I am guilt free. And full of cake. (And for those of you that have no idea what I’m nattering about, you can read all about my de-lumped lumpy boob here.)

Cherry Jam Muffins - better than paracetamol

Cherry Jam Muffins – better than paracetamol

Feeling wobbly and woozy isn’t huge amounts of fun and I was given all kinds of clever drugs to keep up my sleeves to help make the process as comfortable as possible… but it’s been the small and simple things, which have made the beginning of my recovery as easy and lovely as it could possibly be; tea, cake, hugs, (you know who you are) High Society (Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly ahhhhh..) and an Urbanara cosy blanket are the top items in my Get-Well-Poppy-Kit.. I highly recommend all five.

Gotland Grey Blanket - Urbanara - £55 - 100% wool

Gotland Grey Blanket – Urbanara – £55 – 100% wool

 

I will probably be a bit slow to respond on emails, messages and comments over the next week or so, but intend to be back to firing on all Poppy cylinders before you can say Cherry Jam Muffins. (And I can say that really fast.)

Lots of love and I’ll be beeping here again soon..


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15 thoughts on “Road to recovery

  1. Your mug is so darn cute, and I love that blanket : ) But most importantly, happy to hear you’re taking care of yourself and recovering. Keep it up! Lou xx

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