It’s International Nurses’ Day so let’s hear it for Nurses all over the world who do such a remarkable job day after day in ordinary times as well as in extraordinary times.
Last night I sewed the buttons onto my last four scrub caps which will be collected by Cornwall Scrubs for distribution soon. A friend posted two caps for me the other day and yesterday I received a message of thanks from a Nurse on ICU in Doncaster whose Mum has been a very dear friend of mine for many, many years.
Yesterday I posted a photograph of my lovely Mum and one of my cousins who lives in Australia wrote a comment about how alike our Mum and her Dad were at similar ages. I think they looked alike from being very young as the following old photo, taken in about 1920, shows.
May 14, 2020 at 3:53 pm
Very impressed with your diligent sewing for the health professionals in Cornwall. Good on you! And that’s a lovely picture of your Mum and her brother — 100 years ago! xoxox
May 17, 2020 at 6:37 pm
A one hundred year old photo ! Quite something, hand coloured and very beautiful. I have enjoyed the sewing. I’m now working on masks for the Barcelona family. 🙂
May 13, 2020 at 3:48 am
Lovely photo of Dad and Twm taken a century ago. What beautiful children they were! Thanks for your good wishes for our well-being. We are fine in our quiet little corner of south west Australia and hope that the area will remain virus-free when the regional borders open soon. Hope all is well in Cornwall.
May 12, 2020 at 6:45 pm
I think it is nurses day as it is today Florence Nightingale’s birthday 200 years ago. A great profession and well underpaid. The work all nurses do every day and specially these days is amazing.