This is following on from yesterday’s Happy Half Year post as our invitation to MOH has been accepted! Hurrah!!
We saw him last in February when we went down for Mum’s funeral and he kindly looked after Maggie for us for the day. We mentioned then about having ‘Christmas’ in July and that he was welcome to join us, especially as I have a pud in the cupboard already with his name on it.
MOH and us go back a long way, 30 years for me and 29 for Hubby.
MOH was married to my best friend when I lived in Bath and kept in touch after she died in 2000. He’s seen us through a lot and been in our corner when the chips and our morale were down. Likewise we have been there for him.
Photos: on the boat June 2015
He was over the moon when we included him in the purchase of the boat by asking him to go with Hubby when we had the survey done. I stayed home dog sitting and preparing an evening meal. We got him at the helm when we took her out for a trip up river, and he visited us a few times afterwards, though conditions weren’t ideal for another.
Photo: Buddy at home Dec 2017
Having no TV means we shall have old fashioned entertainment, like walks along the beach, cribbage and scrabble. He likes to go out so there are some places we’ve found locally that we can visit, and if he wants a field trip further afield then one of us will stay home with the dogs if he wants company. We don’t make plans as such, just have ideas on how to spend our time and make sure I’ve got plenty in. Having a new cooker means I can do something other than 2 pan dinners, but I shall have to get some baking dishes as I haven’t got that many! Argh!!!!
For those new to my blog, MOH stands for My Other Husband. We wouldn’t stand a chance as a married couple as we have absolutely nothing in common and are competitive playing games to the extent that it almost comes to blows, but he is more than a friend, he’s family and it will be so good to see him!
Photos: at the Quarry Dec 2014