Hello lovely girls,
How has your week been? We are still in Granada, staying opposite the hospital where hubby is having his treatment.
I have obviously not been able to receive any postcards but I have bought some tourist postcards and this is one of them:
It shows the interior of the Alhambra palace here in Granada. We have visited several times and it is exquisite.
This blog is about the good things this week, the smiles and the silver linings. I’ll be linking up with Annie at A Stitch In Time. Please join us if you have something to smile about.
I don’t have any collages this week as it has been a strange week. It has rained a lot and we haven’t been out much. Hubby had a bad day at some point and he was admitted to hospital where they sorted him out and he was able to be discharged again the next afternoon with new medication. The whole team at the hospital have been fantastic. I can’t praise them enough. I’m glad he’s feeling better and that is my big smile for the week.
The other smile is that Monday is a national bank holiday here and there is no treatment. All the radiotherapy machines are having a good overhaul according to the staff and we are planning to go home for the weekend. Our hostess is letting out the room, but we can leave all our luggage here so we can travel light. Apparently the weather is going to be good, which is nice as I’ve had enough of rain.
When hubby has his treatment, I go for a wander. I walked along this avenue that has the center bit pedestrianized ( how do you spell that?). There were lots of sculptures.
I’ll see if I can find some funnies and thinkies, and that will be it this week.
Have a lovely weekend wherever you are,
It's crafted after a British story called "A Dog of Flanders" by Marie Louise de la Ramée. She wrote the story after witnessing child labour and animal abuse in Belgium. The story is supposed to have happened in the Antwerp sub-city Hoboken.
Not many people in in Flanders nor Antwerp/Hoboken knew the story until it was noticed that many people (really busses full) came looking for the statue as the story is extremely popular in Japan.