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April 19, 2010



Glad to hear you're starting to feel better. It sounds like having a week off will help you get back to your old self. Hope you have beautiful weather for potting. You're in my thoughts often and always in my prayers!


Sarah, I just wanted you to know that you're in my thoughts and prayers. I had weekly chemo, and it IS hard, no doubt about it. I'm there with you in spirit, girl. With love, Judy


Beautiful photo's. Glad to hear you are getting a week off the chemo so you can recharge and enjoy the beauty around you.


We'll be right here waiting for you to pick things up where yo left them! I do hope next round treats you with kindness and less ... loss of tastebudness. :)

M.J. Jacobsen

Inspiring pics,I also have the need to get flowers out on my porch!
Glad to hear you have some time to gather some energy!

Dot O

Glad to see you back on the blogosphere, if only for your good days. Hoping and praying for many, many more good than crummy ones...

You've got me craving an iced coffee now.. I think I'll have to get me one!

Firefly Hill

It is so nice to see you back! Glad you are feeling a little better today...

Thinking of and praying for you,


Pony Girl

Glad you are feeling a little better! I love the pictures.... I bet it was calming walking and taking pictures. It is always such good therapy for me, I could spend hours doing it!
This reminds me I need to replant the pots on my patio- brown dead flowers from last year aren't cutting it! ;)
Hang in there!!


All love to you

The Cowgirl

Those are beautiful shots.

Sorry to hear the chemo is treating you so badly, but as long as you can taste iced coffee, then all is not lost, is it? :)

tracey petersen

I hope the sun is warm when you step out into your garden.

flower Philippine

Hmmmm, that's another way of looking at it. Great views. Thanks for blogging about this. I'm been looking for topics as interesting as this. Looking forward to your next post.



you touched my heart I am recovering from a stroke. Baby steps seem to help trigger hope. peace and blessings to you. Judy. 54, AZ

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