Monthly Archives: January 2012

Something Old

This is the oldest thing I own. It’s a wardrobe/cabinet made in the late 1700’s. It has been in my family for a very long time, probably since the late 1700’s. It’s lacking hardware, the doors stay closed with a … Continue reading

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My Shoes

Here is a pile of my shoes. And here’s another. I wore boots to lunch, though, on account of all the snow. (no weird side effects from chemo, knock wood. surgery tomorrow to remove this nasty, uncomfortable port.) Jan. photo … Continue reading

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Reflection

This is an old farm pond, not in use since 1955.  I walked by it many times without noticing it was there. Jan. photo challenge

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Someone I Love

    My daughter.  She’s all grown up and has her own place in Boston.  I miss her.     Jan. photo challenge

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Photo Challenge Days 10-19

Hives, as a result of the chemo upsetting my immune system, kicked my butt.  I got a little behind on my posting. 10. Childhood My own off-spring are mostly out of childhood, but they recently gained a new stepmother and … Continue reading

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Routine

What new wonders has chemo brought?  An immune system gone haywire.  The medical professional suggested I avoid the big, known allergens until it’s over. Jan. photo challenge

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Favourite Sky

Jan. photo challenge 7 and 8 (favourite and my sky) This is my favorite son, my favorite 18 year old, my favorite man/boy/child. Someday I may be able to tell the story of what a miracle it is that he … Continue reading

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