It is grey and winter nips the toes, the finger ends and across the back, a shiver.
Time to put on that dressing gown and the extra sweater, got mittens on a string?
I’m sat here and it isn’t so warm.
A voice came from upstairs, do you want a hot water bottle?
Man hath no greater love than that for a partner who will bring you a nice hot water bottle at such a time of need . . .
. . . and a hot cuppa too!! Thankyou, thankyou.
This is me, raising a glass to those wives, partners, carers everywhere, who do so much for so little.
@Bobbi here here. The ones looking after us deserve much recognition as we couldn’t have done it without them. I look forward to my morning cuppa delivered to me whilst still lounging in my bed & also very grateful for the free taxi service he provides
Hi, I would like to echo that, well said.
I’m very fortunate to have an amazing husband who takes care of me, which I know can be very frustrating at times.
A big thank you to all of the husbands, wives and families who look after a SS.
Lucky people to have someone to care and help you.
I agree with you all. Y husband does so much, cheerfully with patience and a welcome sense of humour. Lilian
@Bobbi it’s wonderful for us all if we’re lucky enough to have a spouse/partner/family that looks after us.
Hats off to all carers, you’re the best and we’re ever so grateful for your love and support
All carers are heroes