The forecast sleet turned into snow which lasted about 6 hours. We had about 2-3”, not much but it fell on ice covered ground and objects. DGD, with help from daddy, built her first snowman. She wasn’t at all sure about the crunchy white stuff under her feet.
They managed to get her in with a different doctor at the surgery who having listened to her chest, was not impressed with the previous doctor not prescribing her antibiotics and a steroid inhaler. Indeed as she was leaving he warned them to take her to A & E if she got any worse and to bring her back in a week if they felt she wasn’t much better. Glad to say, the medicines have made a huge difference. Both DS and DDiL are still chesty and coughing so hope we haven’t picked it up.
She recognised us when we arrived and within an hour was sat on my lap having a book read to her. Took a bit longer for Grandad. It was so wonderful to hear her say Nana whenever she saw me. Yesterday she managed gan-gad for DB so he was chuffed with that as well.
It took forever to clean the ice and snow off the car so we could come home. Roads were clear and snow hadn’t fallen this side of Nottingham. Good journey back. As we had had plumber in just before leaving we decided to leave everything off whilst away. The bedrooms were 10C and lounge 8C so both heating, hot water and fire went on!