THE SADDEST GIRL IN THE WORLD
Donna has qualified as a nurse. She is no longer the saddest girl but laughs and smiles easily. We still see her every couple of months when she drops by. She lives alone in a small rented studio flat with her cat, Misty. She is still in touch with Emily and Kerry but also has new friends she met while studying and nursing. Donna doesn’t have a boyfriend at present but very much likes one of the new student doctors at the hospital where she works.
We still see Donna regularly and she is still doing very well. She is also on Facebook. She dropped by just before Christmas and we swapped presents. She bought me some lovely scented oil for my bath, bless her.
We still see Donna regularly and she is fine.
Donna is engaged to be married to a male nurse. They both come to see us every couple of months. He is a lovely young man, very caring and considerate. I am so pleased for her.
Last weekend in November 2012
Donna and her partner visited us at the weekend for drinks and mince-pies. I told her not to bring any presents as they are saving up to get married. Nevertheless they arrived with a big bunch of flowers which was naughty but nice. They are in a vase in my living room and are beautiful.
I am happy to say that Donna was married on Easter Saturday. We were among the guests. They made a lovely couple, and Donna looked beautiful in a full length cream dress.
Donna and her husband visited us at the weekend for our usual pre-Christmas get-together. I hadn’t seen them since their wedding. How time flies. I knew the moment they walked in that they had some good news. They are expecting their first baby in April.
April 9th 2015
Donna has given birth to a little girl, 7lbs 6ozs. I hope to see them all very soon.
I can’t believe it is three years since I last posted an update! I don’t see so much of Donna now as she is very busy with her child, but I see her and her family a couple of times a year and we are friends on Facebook. She wanted her daughter to have some awareness of her own family and has seen her mother with her child a couple of times. She also maintains some contact with her siblings. She told me she no longer tears up paper so she can sweep it up because has enough housework already!