REPLY 003

REPLY 003

Dear Nanny

Katie made chicken pie for dinner on Sunday and it reminded me of you – can we make one together when I’m back? I’m sure it would cheer Dad up. Don’t tell him, but I found an old Led Zeppelin tee in the Oxfam down the road which I’m going to bring down for him. 

I’m writing to give you a bit of an update about university. I guess this could all wait until I’m home but maybe it’s easier for me to start writing about it before I start talking about it. The truth is, I’m really not enjoying my degree. And to some extent, I think that’s okay – we don’t always enjoy every minute of everything. But sometimes I wonder if I only wanted to study international relations because Dad wanted me to, which makes it even harder for me to speak to him about this. I’ll obviously wait until he’s a bit better to bring it up, but I can’t keep ignoring it any longer.

In other more lighthearted news, Andrew took up my offer of him stopping off at ours for the last few days of the easter hols on his way back up to Edinburgh, so you’ll get to see him again soon. I’ll probably ride back with him too. 

Must go now – Tilly is nagging at me to finish washing the dishes (again). 

With love, 

Avi. 

REPLY 002

REPLY 002 – TRANSCRIPT

Dearest Nanny,

So lovely to hear from you again!

I hope Alex did good job for you both, cannot wait to see the new kitchen!

Andrew is coming round again tomorrow – I will tell him you send your love. I cannot remember if I told you already, but he has invited me to his parents’ for Easter break whilst Mummy and Buba are in Seoul, so I’ll get my train ticket refunded if I can. It will be lovely to see Pete and Siân again. They got a new rescue pomsky recently that I cannot wait to meet – he is also the spitting image of Kasha, Nanny, I swear.

Send my love to Grandad, how has he been coping over the past week? Alex was saying he managed to make a cup of tea for them both which seems to be great news.

Yours,

Ava-Mae <3

 

REPLY 001

REPLY 001 – TRANSCRIPT

Dear Nanny

Pass on my thanks to Mummy for the Tesco vouchers – I cooked a lovely salmon risotto for the girls, and stocked up the baking cupboard. 

I have just returned from a hike up Blackford Hill, and will spend the rest of the day making a head start on the essay.  

How is Grandad? Has he managed to play any more golf recently? I hope Chow Mein is recovering well. 

All the best to the family, give the dogs a cuddle from me. 

Avi