Saturday, 8 September 2012

Summer nights

So Summer finally arrived in the UK this week! I really do wish it was always this warm and that I could sit out in the garden until really late like I did last night.  
We had to cancel our romantic few days away this week with my father in law being ill.  Hopefully we should be able to fit it in a little later on.  He is making a miraculous recovery against all odds.  He is someone who loves life - and he's putting up a tremendous fight for it.

 We decided to give ourselves a night off the hospital visiting - it is the most exhausting of all pastimes, especially when you have to fit work in too.  An evening stroll around a local lake did the trick.


PS That wasn't me in the previous photograph - it was the author Milly Johnson - although we are both vertically challenged with dyed dark hair and struggle with the slimming!

14 comments:

love those cupcakes said...

I love hot sunny days, too. Well, no, that's a fib, I'm more of a Narnia girl myself. Good to hear your FIL is improving. Love your pictures.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Sorry to hear that your FIL is unwell, I agree hospital visiting is a very challenging exercise! Glad to hear that he is on the mend.

Love these photos and hope that you can soon fit in your romantic few days away. Take care, t'other Diane

pastcaring said...

Yes, hospital visiting is a tiring business, but I am sure your father-in-law appreciates it.
Beautiful photos, it looks a calming place to stroll. xxx

A garden just outside Venice said...

Glad to hear your FIL is feeling a bit better!
..we're still enjoying Summer here, despite it gets so dark at 8 pm :(
xxxx

DeniseinVA said...

I hope it won't be long before your father-in-law is back to his old self. Always very worrying. My f-in-law had heart surgery several months ago and although very ill at the time came through with flying colors. He is 92 and we are having a hard time getting him to slow down, even after he broke his femur two months ago and tells us he really doesn't need his walker any more. You just keep that generation down for long. Great photos! A well deserved break from the hospital visiting. I know all about that too :)

Lyn said...

lovely lovely photos Diane.
xxx

helen tilston said...

Happy to hear your father in law is improving. I love the images and tranquility of the lake.
Wishing you a weekend of joy

Helen xx

Lisa said...

Such a lovely place to try and leave those worries behind for just a short time, getting away from normality helps to refresh us and help rebuild our strength.
Lisa x

Gilly said...

Beautiful evening shots! Make the most of it while you can - the nights will be drawing in!! ;(

Rosie said...

Lovely photos, Diane. Glad to hear that your father-in-law is a little better, it must be a worry for you all. There is a little parcel on its way to you. Take carexx

Jo said...

So pleased to hear that your father in law is a little better, it's always a worrying time when they're ill. Hope you manage to get a few days away soon. We visited Elsecar last weekend after your recommendation, just done a blog post.

Down by the sea said...

So sorry to hear about your FIL . I hope you find moments such as these to ease the worry and hospital visits.
Sarah x

Little Blue Mouse said...

I'm glad to hear your fil is on the mend.

Lovely photos.

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