Wednesday, 12 February 2020

Who's 'The Patient'?

Hello Everyone,

Hope you are all having a great week and that you are all doing well. Like always, I have been busy trying to keep up with two projects and working on new miniatures.

As a few of you already know I have been working on my latest project 'The Patient' which is the last room box to be added to the 'The Physician' and 'The Apothecary'. The three room boxes are being shared during the 'Life & Style' TV Show on the Maltese Channel NET TV.

As my first post on this project was quite vague, I had a couple of questions from you followers asking about 'The Patient'. "Who's the Patient?" "What's the patient all about?" "Will it be part of the Physician's clinic?"

So here I am to give you more details of who's the patient and the story line behind it all.

Dr. Keller the Physician has been quite busy during this Winter. It was almost time for him to call it a day before he went out to do his house visits. He only had two more patients to see and the last to be seen was Master Ben Hayward who happens to live in the same building. 

Dr. Keller was Ben's doctor since the day he was born. Mrs. Hayward was quite worried about her youngest son as he has been poorly for the past two days.

Mrs. Hayward

Dr. Keller examined Ben. He indeed looked pale, had a high temperature and was coughing. 

Master Ben
Making sure that Ben was in no danger, Dr. Keller informed Mrs. Hayward that her son caught the seasonal flu. Ben needed to stay in bed, keep warm, drink a lot of fluids and take his prescribed syrup.  He assured Mrs. Hayward that he will be back on his feet in a few days. He also promised that he will visit the boy in two days. 

As soon as Mrs. Hayward thanked the good doctor, and left, Ben was tucked up in his bed already looking better after his visit to his favorite doctor.

So as you can see 'The Patient' is the seven year old Ben who happened to get the flu and his bed room is right on top of the Physician's clinic. 

The lovely dolls were made by my friend and favorite doll maker Beverley Senatore. Thank you Beverley  for making my dolls houses look more alive. 

Will be sharing more of Ben's room very soon. so make sure to keep tuned for the next update on 'The Patient' project.

Take Care and See You Soon.


Rebecca xxx


  1. Wonderful, Rebecca! I love how all the stories in Regent street are connected and intertwined :)

    1. Thank you so much José. I am so glad you like it.

  2. The room turned out great and your dolls are wonderful.