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Post by Rosie on 2011-02-14, 11:19

Sorry I have not been around lately, my 16 yr old is in hospital with a blood clot in his leg, so you can imagine things have been a bit hectic. Daniel is fine, this is an hereditary thing, but this is the first time it has happened, and came as a bit of a shock to us all.

Will be back as soon as things have calmed down a bit.

Rosie x

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Post by paulahogue on 2011-02-14, 14:37

sorry to hear, hope he recovers soon!
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Post by Rosie on 2011-02-14, 15:42

Thanks Paula, he was so bored the other day he was doing his history homework!

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Post by paulahogue on 2011-02-14, 17:18

Now thats really board,maybe you can talk him into quilling with you,lol. It was just a thought,lol!
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Post by Guest on 2011-02-14, 19:15

Oh Rosie...I'm glad he's okay!

I love your blog, so I had to write something on there to make sure you were doing okay! I was worried when I hadn't seen you here for awhile...

Haha..they get bored so quickly! But bored enough to do homework...wow!

Happy you're okay!
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Post by Rosie on 2011-02-14, 19:44

Yes he is that bored, he has tv and a pile of films to watch, most of which he has seen before, he is even reading Othello which is his English homework! Fortunately he might be coming home in a couple of days. It's costing me a fortune buying him little treats, chocolate, snacks, and he is dying for a Macdonalds, which is something he hardly ever eats! Thanks very much for for asking if he is ok.

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Post by Philippa on 2011-02-15, 11:43

So sorry to hear that, Rosie - I hope he is much better soon.
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Post by Karon on 2011-02-15, 22:22

Rosie we are thinking about you and are so glad that your son is doing well. Nothing more frightening than something happening with our kids huh
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Post by Quill Me on 2011-02-16, 06:10

Hope all continues well for you son

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