Hello Marian, I have noticed (programing that alerts me to changes on my page) there are comments from you on my photos, that I may not have time to read today though I wish to, I have power today, but low on time due to work needing to be done for clients I am behind on due to low wind on my wind chargers this week.
I can understand delays in comments with one another on this site, and beyond, for as John Lennon once said "life is what happens to you while your busy making other plans".
I await spring, the green has not yet come to my land, which is covered in gray, from the ash fall of one of the volcanoes near me.
I hope your daughter is doing better! As with yourself also!
Hospitals rather make me feel paranoid, just to enter one, not knowing or rather knowing, there are many sicknesses there, and not wanting to become worse, by going to one, to get better!
I must go for now, and for a time, due to being blessed with good winds, and needing to do work for my income I was not able to get done before, but I look forward (tonight?) to returning even if only to read your comments!
Welcome back, and may your health be well, and hopefully in some magic way, what you caught at the hospital, you took on yourself, instead of it adding to what your daughter was going through....
Peace, love and light to you my friend!
I have just added a new friend, and come to her page to find such color and magic that if not smiling before visiting, I am smiling now, a smile I know I will carry with me for quite some time.
I'm glad you joined Stephanie's group 15,000 stories, but not sure what she is going to go through when we reach 14,999 :D
Thank you for helping us get there so we can find out ;)
You have a BEAUTIFUL page decorated with what is within you Marian!
It is my pleasure to meet you!
Thank you for this smile on my face!
Please come see the group...there is a great story about gardening now, and others...
also on the comments on stories part wonderful friendships born here, and great writers
hope to hear yours too
even just a short little story, a three liner...doesn't matter