Monday, 2 November 2009

Maggie Munster

Photo copyright: Sam May

Those naughty granddaughters dressed me up on Halloween. Something to chuckle about while I am indisposed.
I think I will hang on to the wig!

Hope to be back soon.

Footnote: I am back at home now gathering myself up together and will catch up with everyone's blog.
Had excellent care in our wonderful hospital. I cannot fault the Nation Health Service.

I will have to wait for the results of the biopsies.
What you have to do to get an extra week off though!

33 comments:

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

Great fun for them and you Maggie. Halloween passed me by this year, unfortunately. Now I'm off to try to find out why you are indisposed! A x

St Jude said...

Grandchildren are always good for a laugh, we usually end up being the laughing stock though. I like the wig! ;0}

Robert said...

Come on is that really a wig, or is this a bad hair day.

Teacher's Pet said...

Those 'naughty' granddaughters sound like they love their Grandmother. And it appears that Sam wasn't innocent since he took the photo! :))
Wonderful to have a loving family, Maggie May.
You should keep the wig...but only for looking back at it and remembering a happy Halloween in 2009. Prayers are still being uplifted...and our God reigns.
Love to you from Jackie

Fat, frumpy and fifty... said...

A witch from eastwick?

Thinking of you today..

Casdok said...

Love it!!

Ayak said...

Oh lovely Maggie! I was dreading Halloween, being in England at the moment. I was afraid my nieces might try the same sort of thing with me. They are in their 20s...both dressed up as blood spattered nurses carrying meat cleavers...aaargh!

I spent a quiet evening having dinner with my daughter, son-in-law and his parents, with not a trick-or-treater in sight.

Sending you hugs and positive thoughts Maggie (( ))

Granny on the Web said...

I would recognise you straight away Maggie!
Blessed grand kids, who couldn't love them?
Love Granny

cheshire wife said...

You look like a very friendly witch. I have been thinking about you and will continue to do so.

Thumbelina said...

Looks like somebody was having fun at grandma's expense...!

Eddie Bluelights said...

You look like Granny In The Web!!!!! LOL Sorry the real Granny On The Web LOL.
I had the shock of my life when I saw this big sister.
Thinking of you and praying this afternoon ~ Eddie

Rose said...

Finally, a full frontal portrait of you, Maggie May:) You were a good sport to let the granddaughters get you dressed up for Halloween. Hopefully, the wig will only be used for Halloween laughs after this.
I'll be with you in thought this afternoon.

Suburbia said...

Thinking about you today Maggie, knowing you're not far away. All my fingers are crossed and all my Best Wishes sent to you.

I hope you didn't take the wig into hospital with you, they may send you to a 'secure unit'!!

Nessa said...

You look splendid.

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Expat mum said...

Dear Maggie, thinking of you today. Good luck!

Hilary said...

When you feel that warmth through the day, you'll know it's me sending my very best thoughts. Hugs to you, my friend.

menopausaloldbag (MOB) said...

Hey Maggmietser, are you using Pantene? Surely you are worth it - or is that another ad?! Terrific picture. keep remembering you in my prayers, along with Harry and Eddie's wife. Hugs X

aims said...

I woke this morning thinking of you and with a prayer in my heart. With that hair you obviously need all the help you can get!

xoxoxo
me

Karen said...

You must be a "super" grandmother for your granddaugters to want to dress you up. That pic is a keeper!

Keep up the smile and fight!

RNSANE said...

Goodness, Maggie, that is quite the hairstyle. I think I'd find a new hairdresser.

jinksy said...

I was so busy concocting my witch's brew recently, that I failed to visit blogpals as often as usual. Cooking DOES get in the way of life, what?!
I think I shall have to visit your hairdresser myself...

Akelamalu said...

I've sent lots of positive thoughts and oodles of Reik Maggie. I'm thinking of you. x

Bernie said...

Granddaughters did a wonderful job, you are in my thoughts and prayers........:-) Hugs

The Girl From Cherry Blossom Street said...

How are you?

Mickle in NZ said...

Hope the surgeons left you in better shape than that wig.

Loving huggles and healing cuddles,

Mickle xxx

Working Mum said...

Briliant! How many trick or treaters did you scare when you opened the door?

RiverPoet said...

Maggie,

I just heard about the illness. Sweetie, I pray that you are fine and that this is just a benign health scare. I know I've had plenty of those myself. Take good care, my friend.

Peace - D

Retiredandcrazy said...

You look scary! Good luck with the biopsy.

Louise said...

THAT's a great costume. And many thoughts still with you.

Mimi said...

You look good, Maggie May, I like the way you're peeping out!
Take it easy.

Lena said...

What a delightful picture to see - my thoughts are with you right now. You have a delightful smile (through the wig and all!).Bless the little 'uns.

Wendy said...

Hahaha - cute pic!! Love your grandkids and Sam for taking your picture.

Hope things turn out well for you. Sending healing thoughts your way.
Hugs

Jeni said...

Lovin' this picture, Maggie! Gotta tell you too that we have a black wig here very similar to yours -really long and quite bushy in fullness, ya know. Anytime Kurtis sees it being shown or even gazed upon by one of us, he goes into an immediate panic -running, screaming, oh the terror, ya know! And of course, Miss Maya soon saw how afraid he is of that thing so we had to hide it then to keep her from constantly trying to scare the living daylights out of the poor kid.
Glad to know you are now beginning the "mending" program and that there will be nothing but major improvements for you from here on out!