Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Full of Grace

  • That my perennial/memory garden seems to be very forgiving that I have had very little time to tend to it.



  • Floating in a cool mountain lake while the temperatures climbed.


  • Lingering in bed when neither one of us has to get up to work.


  • My massage therapist who spent an hour on my breast scars because they are starting to adhere to the tissue below, which is a really unpleasant feeling.  She is a miracle worker.


  • And most especially, after weeks of nail biting anxiety and gut wrenching scary medical reports, Harper (my newest grand niece) has arrived in the world, early but healthy.  



6 comments:

  1. It is all good - and the baby is beautiful!

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  2. Congratulations!

    Oh, to linger.

    The flowers are gorgeous.

    Boo to scars creating unpleasant feelings. Yay to miracle massagers!

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  3. Congratulations!

    Oh, to linger.

    The flowers are gorgeous.

    Boo to scars creating unpleasant feelings. Yay to miracle massagers!

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  4. Oh such a beautiful baby! I love those flowers too! And so happy you have a good massage therapist.

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  5. I came VERY close to naming my daughter Harper. I love that name. And your flowers look lovely. I like a flower that can fend for itself. Alas, I inherited a garden of roses...the divas of any garden.

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  6. Oh, good news about the baby!

    And, I am a huge fan of perennials. They are resilient.

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