What an odd pair we must have looked staggering round our lounge, me holding his hand to stop him falling and both of us half asleep
Not odd at all, only devoted. It brought tears to my eyes and I wish the PTB could do more to help.
You too Cherry - wild weather comes and goes but such health problems as yours, Doodle’s DH, *Jan, Nfk and others, are a daily cyclone. I'm extremely sad about that.
Grammaretto would an estate agent know where a copy Deed could be obtained? After all, were you selling, it would have to be found.
No doubt news coverage will give you the whole, disastrous picture here.
A National State of Emergency has been declared. All events cancelled (even health appointments unless emergency) Stay at home, do not use the roads or cross safety barriers.
I escaped flooding by mere inches and the rain has actually stopped for the moment but wild, shrieking winds continue to shake the house, bowl cars down roads and generally frighten the living daylights out of everyone.
I feel sorry for the animals and birds.
Just as we were fighting to feel normal again after Covid, these severe weather incidents pounded us.
There is a huge demand for counselling as you may imagine.
I keep thinking of people in war zones and Turkey and those battling similar weather in Trinidad & Tobago (including my dear friend Flo). If they can survive, we will too.