For this weekend, from now until Monday 29th September, my book of short stories, The Mother of the Bride & Other Stories, is free to download on Kindle from Amazon and Amazon UK.
I have had toothache for the past couple of weeks and I don’t have to tell anyone how that drags you down. I finally got up the courage to see the dentist yesterday. It wasn’t possible to pinpoint exactly where all the pain is coming from, so she’s hoping it was the small cavity she found which she has put a temporary filling in.
If that was the problem, it should settle down – I hope it does because it hurts more than ever today! I’m going back in two weeks for the proper filling to be done and if it hasn’t settled down, she’ll investigate further.
Miserable as it is, I know people have far worse problems, so I’m going to man-up and stop feeling sorry for myself!
I was going to catch up on my reading, but Harley had other ideas.
Our last day out in the summer holidays was to the Suffolk Punch Trust at Hollesley, east of Woodbridge. We wanted to go somewhere quiet as we were winding down ready for school to start on the Thursday and also Imogen had had a nasty fall and hurt her elbow. I made her a sling with one of my scarves.
We enjoyed meeting the gentle giants.
Harley loves Paul O’Grady – or maybe it’s the dogs. Not a dry eye in the house when that programme is on (she looked away from the screen as I took the photos, but she had been watching).
I caught Dusty and Harley hiding away plotting how to get into the cupboard where I keep the Dreamies. I asked them what they were up to and they said, "Nothing!" but those faces tell a different story!