Life carries on regardless, and what we have in our life right now is nothing compared to the grief of the families of the passengers on the missing plane, the lives lost in the mudslide in Snohomish County, Washington.
Hugh has had a day with a little less pain, thanks to medication given regularly, and I am sure, in ample doses. His MRI is on the urgent list, and possibly tonight, or tomorrow. The room is full, the whole ward extra busy, physio has visited, also the Orthopaedic surgeon.
Home is very quiet, and even though Hugh is not a talkative man, I miss his words.
Thanks you all for such caring, uplifting and supportive words. I have read every one of your posts, and enjoy the news, weather, on-going canine ventures and more.Even more snow in some places. When I am a little/ a bit/ well, I need to be quite a lot more relaxed and less worried, will comment on your blogs again.
Felicity is quiet company at night.
Tonight there were those few minutes of glorious colour in the western sky.
Quotation of the day. from Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration
Was it you or I who stumbled first? It does not matter. The one of us who finds the strength to get up first, must help the other.”
Greetings from Jean