The Quimper Hittys were concerned…
…Constance was feeling indisposed!
It’s just a minor lurgy – not THAT one, luckily – easily cured with minor remedies like tea…
There’s enough caffeine in the tea and Constance didn’t need Pheny O-caffein (The Standard since 1888)…
Gilly offered her very favourite dolly to hug…
Constance feels better already!
With such concern and expert nursing care, I think Constance must be feeling very much better.
She is feeling much better! She found tea and friendship went a long way toward healing this lurgy!
Get well soon Constance 🥰 Hugs from The Land Down Under 🤗
Thanks! Hugs from Down Under are much appreciated!
I’m sorry that Constance has been feeling under the weather. I hope that the loving kindnesses of Jane, Patience, little Gilly, and even kitty, have brought her much comfort.
Loving kindness is very comforting and healing, and Constance is on the way back to health!
Ohhhh, so sorry to hear of the minor lurgy that came Constance’s way. As mentioned earlier (blueheron), loving kindnesses and finding a place of comfort and rest can surely do wonders. Take care, Constance, and glad it wasn’t THE lurgy.
Lurgys are no fun at all, even a minor one, but we are very glad that this one was short-lived! The other Quimper Hittys were kind, and let her rest too, as well as administering her their various favourite remedies!
Sighs of relief in the Sutton cabinet! We were concerned about this indisposition. Very happy Constance is getting care and love. She should be up and smiling in no time.
Everything is fine here in the Quimper Hitty cupboard – and Constance smiling again…thanks to her friends and their helpful doctoring!
Oh, my goodness…what an adorable way to get the lurgy. It was so sweet of Gilly, bringing Constance her Raggedy Ann doll. I am in awe of that amazing tea cozy. Constance must know how loved she is. Is Constance’s nightgown made with Swedish fabric??? Loved that too. No doubt it is worth getting the Lurgy in the Quimper Cupboard.
The tea cosy was made by Hitty friend Blueheron, the Quimper Hittys love it! The nightgown is made from scraps of a LL Bean human nightgown, but I thought it looked “Swedish” too, and pounced on the scraps when I found them! Isn’t that the cutest Raggedy Ann doll? All the Hittys love it!
I hope that the lurgy has passed for both you and Constance! Be gentle with yourself and continue to take good good care- you are precious to us all!
Thanks for your good wishes…The lurgy is receding, and thankfully, was never going to get too serious. We are all lying low at the moment, some slightly lower than others, but all on the mend!
Oh, the quilt! Oh, the tea cozy!! The rag doll!!! I’m sorry Constance is feeling under the weather but thanks for sharing the good care she’s getting with us. 🙂
The quilt is one I made using scraps of a yoyo quilt made in the 1930’s, the tea cosy made by Hitty friend Blueheron, and the wee rag doll I bought at a craft fair many years ago…Constance is getting lots of kindness and attention, and even a bit of peace and quiet so she can sleep!
Love the nurse! And as did others, the tea cosy.
Thank you very much, Patience makes a good kindly nurse! One of my good friends made the sweet tea cosy, she is an expert with a crochet hook and tiny threads!