Wednesday, 31 October 2007

another update

                

Lyn has an appointment to see the consultant in December ~ and hopefully won't have to wait too long after that ~ We can only wait and hope

At least she isn't in constant pain and has some pethidine the Doctor gave her just in case she needs them

I cannot resist the Cocolate Factory and have lots of goodies if anyone calls this Halloween~ last year we only had one little visitor and he went away laden with goodies

Isn't "Pudding Pie Alley" a lovely name for a little tucked away passageway  ~

33 comments:

egre328 said...

Wish I could pop over tonight.............I just adore chocolate!  Yes, Pudding Pie Alley is a lovely name and conjures up such pictures in the mind and stories!  Hope Lyn soon gets an appointment.  Eileenx

fasttrack58 said...

Enjoyed the pictures..... Pudding Pie Alley, very good name...
Happy Halloween!!!
Linda :)

jlocorriere05 said...

I'm glad Lin is being treated soon, I hope she doesn't need the pethidine but it's nice to have it just in case. I love the name Pudding Pie Alley, wonder what the origin of it was? Looks like your visitors are going to be laden with goodies again! The pics are lovely. Jeannette xx  

sdrogerson said...

I hope she doesn't have to wait too long.......

labdancer51 said...

Hi Ally, You are so well fprepared for Halloween, I`m a grouch and don`t open the door. Well actually we don`t get children just teenagers who are more interested in money than sweets. :o(  I hope Lyn gets treated very soon and doesn`t need to take pethidine.

Love Sandra xxxx

tendernoggle said...

what is pethidine???
Hope today  is a good one for ya.
love ya,
carlene

rayne1123 said...

happy halloween ally! hope lynn is better soon
hugs
noelle

jeanno43 said...

Happy Halloween Ally.  Hope all goes well with Lyn

fowfies said...

Wow I would hate to have to wait that long in pain like that. I hope she will be able to manage until then, bless her heart. Wow a kid would be in candy heaven coming to your house! You have great treats. :) Enjoyed the pictures. Its good to hear from you. We all get busy, its alright. Those grapes look delicious and ready to eat. Just picture perfect.

louiseb411 said...

Poor Lyn, Hope she doesnt have to wait too long. Louise x

astoriasand said...

I hope Lyn's pain stays away Ally and she is comfortable whilever she is sent for again.Lucky looks so scary behind that curtain.Looks as though ready to pounce on anyone to me.LOL!! A great picture for halloween I thought.I hope you get plenty visitors for all those lovely goodies you have bought.Just be careful who you open the door to.I have my pumpkins ready,they are a little more lethal than satsumas LOL!!!Have a great halloween,Mmmmmmm how tempting those black grapes look.I could just eat a bunch of them.Hope you are well too.Take Care God Bless Kath
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cayasm said...

hopefully lyne won't have to wait too long must be terrible for her being in constant pain. with luck you'll get more tricker treaters this year have fun

Yasmin

bbartle3 said...

Your amiable, quietly elegant countryside
life is a marvel of restraint and good order.
I envy you. It would seem that by contrast
I've lifelong courted melodrama, ha! We
decided to not picket, or argue, but simply step
aside this Halloween on the grounds we don't
know what it's about! Perhaps some distortion
of All Saints?  The family next door
has erected a black and green monster on his veranda,
someone to greet 'visitors' this evening apparently.
I took a few snaps of artist and model. I think he's
actually a waiter.

I bet you get some 'beauts' tonight. Photos I mean.

Barry
http://journals.aol.com/bbartle3/Vengeance/




oddb0dkins said...

December isn't so far away and at least Lyn's out of pain for now.

B. x

ora4uk said...

Ally...your chocolate factory sounds like paradise LOL...my kinda place you might say...NOT!!!!!  LOL...wish I was close enough to come...I would come back two or three times LOLOL....have fun tonight....we "trick or treat" from six to eight...and only supposedly under 12 children ... we will see...gotta get the punkin out on the front porch....to light up the night!!!!  whooooooooooooo!!!!!!  hugs from Ora in KY

jaymact1 said...

Been dieting for a month now I think I will come knocking at your door.   Hope all goes well for your daughter. Love Joan.

jonibooks1991 said...

Happy Halloween, love your graphic.  Hope Lyn is feeling better soon by the way that is my daughter's middle name, you don't see it spelled like that very often.
Joni  http://journals.aol.com/jonibooks1991/jonis-life-now/

gaboatman said...

Ally
I love the assortment you have purchased for trick or treat visitors!  So sorry that Lyn has to wait until December to be seen, but at least she has the meds for the pain.  We are having a good bit of trick or treaters here.  I've had to jump up three time to answer the door just while I have been typing this comment.  Take care, and let Lyn know she has a lot of sympathy!
Sam

plieck30 said...

So good to see a post from you. Hope Lyn feels better soon. We had quite a few trickor treaters here tonight. Some really cute. Paula

mariealicejoan said...

sorry that Lyn has to wait so  long, but at least it will be attended to.  What lovely looking grapes in your greenhouse!  I would love to be a trick or treater at your place.  Those treats you had ready looked fabulous!
Marie
http://journals.aol.co.uk/mariealicejoan/MariesMuses/

ukgal36 said...

great pics as always...
you are right...very cute name...LOL
have a good weekend...
Lyn

funnyface0s0 said...

Hi Ally
Not long for Lynn to wait now, i have a friend who is poorly like this also and they have told her to lose some weight before they will do the 'op' !     I would like to live in Pudding Pie Alley .....lol...... and wish i had come to your house trick or treating ....lol....
Luv Jaynee x

salemslot9 said...

kitty!

springangel235 said...

I loved all the photos...and prayers still for Lyn, hope you all have a great weekend...hugs and love,
Joyce

faveanti said...

Oh, er - trick or treat?  A few of each please!!  Those grapes look lovely.
Angie, xx

nedmoh said...

Hi Ally ,do hope Lyn doesn't suffer too much ,I was given pethidine when  I was giving birth to my son in the maternity unit .All the goodies you bought from the chocolate factory look yummy ,lucky trick or treaters ,we had no callers this year ,just as I had lots of bits to give away ,I expect it will be fire works going on now each night for a while ,love your photos,... the grapes look good ..have a good weekend ...love Jeanxx

jeadie05 said...

I hope Lyn wont be too uncomfortable and that she soon gets seen ,You will have to eat all the goodies yourself if you get no trick or treaters lol ...love Jan xx

lindachapmanuk said...

Hi Ally! Im glad Lynne has an appointment now. hope she doesn't feel too bad till then...loved your pics especially the chocolate and the grapes...mmm...pudding pie alley! how lovely! it sounds like an old London name...Linda xx

faircolleen said...

Im glad Lynn has an appointment and hope she doesnt get much pain until then.I really fancy eating those sweets right now.!

stupidsheetguy said...

Hi again,
I hope that you were able to share the goodies with lots of little ghosts and goblins! I hope you are well. Regards and best wishes to Lyn as well.

Jimmy

onemoretina said...

   Mmmmm ........ chocolate is my favorite !  Did you have many little ghosts and goblins this year?  Lots of kids showed up at my door, which was a nice change from years past.  
  Keeping Lyn in my prayers, that she feels okay, and doesnt have too much longer to have to deal with this.  Not fun to have to wait and wonder.    
  Take care, my friend.   xx  Tina

lsfp1960 said...

Hi Ally,   I'm playing catch-up here today....Great pictures...grapes~wow !  Those would be fun to grow.  Wow, I can't believe they are waiting so long when she has a gallbladder full of stones.  Hopefully she won't have another attack !  Linda in Washington state

cacklinrosie101 said...

Wow, Ally, that seems a long time to wait for gall stones to be removed.  Here in the states, they do it as outpatient surgery.  My son had his gall bladder removed a couple of years ago.  They sent him home two hrs. later.  I think that is outrageous.  Hope Lyn hangs in there.  LOL...love Pudding Pie Alley.  I would love to live on that passageway.  Love xx Chris