Wow, I can’t believe you’re still posting even when you’re sick! You’re amazing.
I love the photo of the skunk crossing that path! I don’t know why, but it really resonates with me for some reason.
I like the tree photos too. The autumn leaves are so pretty.
I hope you feel better soon!!!
Well, bother. I was trying to share an article I wrote instead of my blog (I haven’t done much interesting on my blog lately) but CommentLuv didn’t seem to like it. Sorry. :-(
Scheduled posts heh. Thank you. We are trying to avoid the hospital. My husband went to get me soup (broth based) and I haven’t been out of bed much (and when I am I need help walking).
For the photos, I swear that skunk was stalking us!
Funny about the skunk — at least it made a good photo. :-) Hang in there. I hope you feel better soon!
Me again… I know I shouldn’t mention this because then you’ll fuss over it when you’re sick, but if I don’t tell you I’ll forget. I tried to share this page on Pintrest but when I used your “pin it” button, it wasn’t showing any photo! Maybe because you don’t have a featured image for this post? Anyway… I used my “pin it” button on my browser toolbar to share a photo instead, but I wanted to let you know about the issue.
Anyway… don’t worry about it until you feel better!!! Just file it away to work on some other time.
Yep it needs to pull from a featured image which I didn’t end up doing for this post. I need to figure out how I want to proceed with that…
I love the pathway…awesome.
My WW is kitchen remodeling and thick snow. Happy wordless Wednesday!
I love the skunk. It frustrates me when people refer to late autumn as “winter” just because of the weather. Thank you for doing it correctly! Hope you feel better soon. “Lots of clear liquids and whatever you can keep down” was always my doctor’s advice.
I’ve been doing a LOT of broth based soups and squishy foods like avocado. Whatever can just go down without any effort on my part!
Sending you lots of healing energy! Nothing sucks worse than being sick, and having days of migraine precede that- I can’t even imagine. And of course, not being able to sleep, so your body isnt able to get that extra immune system boost from sleeping. You must feel like poo :(. *hugs times a billion* However, your photography has obviously not suffered! I love the first one. It’s mucky and rich looking and I have the urge to plunge my hands into the mud in it, lol! Also love the last one- for me it signifies that against all odds, life has been supported by that broken dead tree. I love how you captured it. The colours in all of them are amazing!
I’m so exhausted. I got maybe two hours solid last night but just… the pain… the “elephant” sitting on my chest feeling PLUS my “new normal” of the chest/arm issue… just everything. ugh. I can’t even think straight!
Love it, I’ve been so in a funk lately. I hate when I get out of a routine without even noticing that I was in one till after I broke it. Stupid ankle, but thankfully I’m not sick!
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