Part of my On the Hunt for Sunshine - Plant Sunflower challenge. https://youtu.be/YqB50JG2aIE
My sister has been a nurse since 1980 or so. She is still working through this crisis and my hat goes off to any medical personnel who are still working and risking their lives to save ours. Part of Nurturing Thursday.
Here is your laughter for the day. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMTSbSrvcRg&feature=youtu.be
I took this photo this past Saturday at Lincoln City, Oregon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNSler7jBWs https://www.google.com/search?gs_ssp=eJzj4tVP1zc0TDMys6wszE03YPRSyEktUS9WSM9XSMupVEhUyM4sSVXITSyqVCjILyjIzCsGAHYlEC8&q=let%27s+go+fly+a+kite+mary+poppins&rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS688US688&oq=let+go+fl&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j46j0j46j0l3j69i61.3779j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
I just thought I would post a Pick Me Up every day while the world is shut down with the virus. Have a great day.
One thing I haven't talked about what was going on in my life at the time I went into my coma. We had just moved from Denver, Colorado, to about twenty miles east of Colorado Springs and we lived a 35-acre ranch on the sandy plains. There were only about four neighbors within a mile … Continue reading Coma Part III – Human Side of Memories
I got up and weighed this morning. Since the end of August I have lost 50 pounds. With me having lipedema it is a remarkable achievement. I think what has helped the most is my daily routine. First of all, I tend to have the same thing for breakfast, about an hour or so after … Continue reading It all about routines
My entry for Becca’s Nurturing Thursday challenge.
Cee has written the first part of her coma story, and I thought I’d write my side of it... what it’s like to sit beside the bed of someone you love dearly while they lie in a coma and on a ventilator. Coma. What an intimidating word. When the doctors tell you that your loved … Continue reading Sitting Beside a Coma
Judy from Lifelessons Blog has asked if I would write about the 40-day coma I was in back in 2001. So for the past week, I've been thinking about how to write it without being too dramatic or boring. I thought I would break it into a series of posts over the next month or … Continue reading My Coma Experience, Part 1