We got a bit carried away with the tatts
and later decided to walk to the village shop for ice cream and then go to the playground. Fortunately, we took umbrellas and coats because we needed them for a while. I also remembered kitchen paper towels to dry off the swing and slide, and that was needed too. We were out for a couple of hours and Gus slept most of that time and was still asleep when we arrived back.
Weeza had booked a phone call with the doctor and he asked her to bring Gus in to the surgery in the afternoon. He was quite concerned that Gus was still ill and decided there was a secondary infection subsequent to the attack of croup. He reckons it’s bronchiolitis and has prescribed both steroids and antibiotics to relieve the symptoms, and has made an appointment for Friday. Poor little Gus, he tries so hard to remain cheerful throughout it all. And Zerlina has been a little darling, really helpful and loving.
Their lovely childminder Lynda only has a couple of other children tomorrow, so is willing to take Gus and give him a quiet day, but if Weeza doesn’t feel he’s up to it, I’ll go over again. She did pop in to work for a while this afternoon to do some vital air ticket bookings for her boss, so can take a short day tomorrow.
Russell has been very good-natured about holding the fort back here and doing all the dog walking, apart from first and last of the day. I was more disappointed than surprised when I got home at 6.45 tonight, to find he hadn’t bothered to unpack and restack the dishwasher in the course of the day, but it didn’t take long, once I’d fed the dogs, prepared dinner and laid the table. H’m.
*This is correct in East Angularian