Books by the old Leather Chair

  • Snow In The Summer
  • My Bible
  • The Power of Silence
  • What Comes Next and to Like It
  • Encore Provence
  • A Year in Provence

Friday, February 22, 2019

Continuing Onward

Orchid from Jessica and Gavin, (grandchildren)
arrived in a tall box from online.  White, put in my bedroom for now, who knows maybe it will like there instead of with others and that table is full.    Has blooms and 2 buds.

Wish the rain would stop, the ground is saturated.

So I continue onward

A transition in effect

I will never be the same

It seems as though I have lost a part of me

Guess another realm
did not want me yet
and I was truly ready to go

Wish brain fog would go away

They will start soon
exercise people and 3 more weekly
to help strengthen me

So doing well I am told
but always the quick one
wish it was quicker.

Many stories to share as time goes go.

He has returned
wish I could take credit for an image
but my special assistant captured this


Judy said...

We gotta be like that old Timex watch.
"Takes a licking, but keeps on ticking."

Tabor said...

I felt sad for you when you said you were ready to go, as I am sure you are so tired or the ups and downs. But, wonder of wonders, you bounced back. I hope that with spring your desire to keep an interest on what happens around your woods will be strong. You are amazing.

Sheila said...

So good to hear from you today. I'm sorry that you are down and not feeling well. I'm hoping that Spring will hurry and come, we will all feel better then I think. Until then, take care, and know that you have a lot of friends online who care a great deal for you.

Wisewebwoman said...

Dear Wonder Woman

You fill my heart with joy knowing you are with us. And you have your beloved woods and flowers and the bird to lighten your heart and spirit.



Rebecca said...

Beauty inside and out! My thoughts frequntly travel to be with you. I pray that you will continue to be courageous and calm in spirit.

Bluebird49 said...

It's good to see you back! I'm glad to hear you're ready, because I take ghat to mean you are saved! That's comforting.
I know you can't wait to see that sweet boy of yours!!

Friko said...

I am so sorry to read that you have not been well, I have been away from blogging for quite some time myself so I missed much.
I hope and pray that this wonderful lady will remain in her dear cottage and her beloved woods for a long time to come. My very best wishes for a complete and speedy recovery.

Mindy said...

I am so sad that I've only just found your wonderful blog because we could have been slogging through this journey together for years! Your writing so captures my own thoughts and frets, joys and musings...only YOU write it so beautifully, so clearly. Even your brief entries are so poignant they make my eyes leak. You are my mother's past and my future, inching closer daily. Hang in there, feel better soon. And dare I say "Breathe"?? Ha Ha

susie @ persimmon moon cottage said...

It is so good to see you posting again. I loved the photograph of that bright red cardinal outside your window with the blue glass vases inside; such pretty bright colors. It looks like that cardinal is looking for you as he peers at your window. He's glad you are home too.

Mel Reardon said...

You posted this one on my father's birthday and I am still sad he left us too early, in his early 70s. Your children and grandchildren still need you. You are loved; cherish that.