Last Saturday my mum got Licensed as a Lay Minister at a special service in Ely Cathedral. I was very pleased for her because she had wanted to do this for years and years and she had been studying so hard for it over the last 3 years, finally all that hard work had paid off and she got to have her special day. It was a lovely service with the family there too and even my granny made it!
Yesterday was just a crazy day. My son Iain is here to visit and he and his sister Sophie made a brilliant tea for us all which was lovely :) My mum then phoned to say that granny was having another heart attack and she was following the ambalance up to the hospital. Just as I got of the phone from mum, my little sisters (Georgina) friend phoned me saying Georgie had fallen of her bike up near Netherhall School - just round the corner from my grannies - and there was all this crying and yells in the background, I didn't have my car as it's in getting work done for it's MOT retest today but luckily my other sister Suzanne was close by so she flew up to where Georgie was, rang me and said she'd called an ambalance for Georgie as she couldn't get up. I then phoned the family so everyone knew what was happening - mum said that granny was in one bed in A & E and Georgie was in the Opposite bed! Poor granny has had to stay in, so we are just waiting on news and my poor little sis had really badly broken her collar bone. She is at home now with my mum, resting on the sofa but it must be really really painful, she has only got a sling because they can't put plaster there, so she'll have to just lay still for a while. I'll go and visit granny and Georgie later once Iain gets here, Georgie will get spoilt :) I hope my poor lovely granny won't suffer in any way, it's a very testing and emotional time for us all at the moment.
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