Posted by: debrakolkka | June 15, 2011

Edoardo is ill

My lovely Edoardo is not doing so well. He turned 95 (I think) in April this year. He was still at the bar most days when I was in Ponte a Serraglio. He was resigned to using a walking stick and he was not his usual sparky self some days.

He was always ready for a kiss on the cheek and keen to have a chat. He still drove from home each day, but I could see that he was slowing down.

I have heard through a friend that he has had a visit to hospital and the report is not great. 

If you are in Ponte a Serraglio and see him, wish him well for me and give him a big kiss from Debra, or maybe print this and give it to him.

my lovely Edoardo

Edoardo get well soon.

Click here to read more about my lovely friend.


Responses

  1. You have my very best wishes Edoardo. If I was there I would give you a kiss on the cheek. x

    • He would like that – he likes blonds

  2. Yes a lovely man – a real flirt – always such a bright gentleman in the village
    Di Cant

    • Let’s hope he gets better soon.

  3. Edoardo, with ‘the lovely sparkly eyes’, please accept a kiss on the cheek from me too (who once was blonde). I love to be with people who have zest for life enough to sing when the mood takes them, I like to dance too and just at this moment, I could push my husband in the river – he is watching the football with two footy mates!!

    • I am married to a non dancer and it is recommended that he should never sing out loud. I hope Edoardo gets to have one more dance.

  4. Awwhh, get better Edoardo :)

    • I hope he gets better, I want to see him in the bar when I go back later in the year.

  5. always sorry to see this happen. my father-in-law is 90 and still doing well.
    but he is slowing down alot and not traveling like he did a couple of years ago. i wish edoardo well. say a prayer for a recovery.

  6. I wish him speedy recovery.

    • Thank you, I’m sure he will be happy to know people wish him well.

  7. Very sorry to hear that. We wish him a speedy recovery.

    • I’m not sure that there is going to be a recovery.

  8. Sending a big bacio to nonno Eduardo


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