Parting is such sweet sorrow!

Slowly returning to our regular life.

My daughter, son-in-law and grandson came to the end of their week’s stay with us yesterday morning.

It felt very strange after they had gone and we had got the house back to some form of order (my grandson is a very lively five-year-old!).

To be honest, I wasn’t feeling very communicative in the afternoon when I sat down to get today’s post ready.

So can I leave you with this photograph of Morten, my grandson, thanking his grandad for a rather special tractor experience!

P1160300Hopefully back to more creative times tomorrow.

15 thoughts on “Parting is such sweet sorrow!

      1. Haha…. no.. it still too early in the day over there isn’t it Paul.. 3pm here ish and I have been up since 6am allotments for 7am picking Peas, freezing them etc before lunch.. ๐Ÿ™‚ xxx


  1. Golly the photo made me cry. Lots of memories there for both of you. A kiss from your grandson to keep in your memory and heart and a photo to look at when you miss him and his parents. They are close in your heart yet so many miles away. I’m sure you were sad to have to say goodbye.


    1. Yes, of course! But also hoping that Jean and I stay sufficiently healthy that one year Morten can come to stay with us unaccompanied so we can build a closer relationship. Loved your reply, by the way. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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