So far we have Crocuses that have been munched by the local Rabbits,and Daffodils in bloom (nobody eats the daffodils),and Tulips coming up just waiting to be chomped.
Dr Dean is First!!
Just as I was about to shut down my computer for the night, a new message arrived from our sister-in-law. Mah*Sweetie's brother Larry was home for the weekend and had a great time with their five adult children and six grandchildren. But this morning was rough and they had to go from NH to the special ER in Boston...on Patriots Day which includes the Boston Marathon and a Red Sox Game. So now they're there, awaiting word on the next steps. Apparently stress has decided to settle in for the long haul. Prayers and Vibes appreciated. ♥
Oh, my. We had a taste of that in the early days after my diagnosis, and even that much was bad enough.
Prayer and light on the way. I'm with Alan -- Big Diagnoses seem almost self-fulfilling. So much energy to just barely cope with it. I had always imagined that one just worked the steps straight through, solved, and moved onto the next. But remember at least one morning where I just whirled through them several times, and in no order at all! Made me dizzy it did.In fact, that was almost exactly ten years ago. (Will be exact in about a month.) And, funnily, it never occurred to me that there might be a way out. Not even in the denial stage, lol! So you take it one step at a time, and do what you can. And then one day, a new doctor doesn't even know about your death sentence. It's buried pages deep, and long ago. And you've moved on.
Signs of spring:The Goobey's out, really barking up a storm. I go to see. My neighbor, poaching my morels! So it's morel season again. Twice in 17 years I've actually gotten some of my *own* lol!
Now, I mostly order them, dried, from a place in Oregon.
Hi! Beautiful day here.
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