3/24/11

Spring Currents


I've been patiently watching the signs of Spring coming to the back garden....we only have a small window in the house that overlooks the front, so the show is all in the rear. The willows and alders are usually first but the forsythia pretty much beat out everyone this year. Lovely to see the splashes of yellow...the gardener walks around on the other side of the park so he can see our yard from the back too....he's trying to be patient and perusing the garden catalogs helps a lot. I'm not up to walking out back, so I'm sorry I have no photo to share. Maybe in a week to two...

I've been gathering all the decorating and architectural magazines that a friend passes on to me. I must have been busy with other things last year so I've had quite a lot to go through and I've almost read them from cover to cover before recycling them.

Thank you all so much for the prayers and positive vibes you are sending....I believe they are making a substantial impact on my healing and I certainly feel the love and compassion around me.

Bless you all....

6 comments:

Carol said...

I'm so glad you posted. I have been thinking of you a lot in recent days..wondering how you are.
Take care and strength from your friends.
Much love,
Carol

Purple Girl said...

how wonderful that your healing is happening in synch with Mother Nature coming back to life this spring! we're looking forward to your camera getting back to work, you have such a good eye.

gentle hug
kate

freebird said...

It's a good time of year to convalesce. So often we don't slow down enough to watch the changes that occur during spring. It's a beautiful time of year. I hope you feel up to going outside soon. Do you draw? Could your husband bring you in a sprig of spring something to draw or paint?

abeadlady said...

You are often in my thoughts and prayers, Bobbi. Having the time to watch the changing seasons is a blessing in itself. Hope you feel better everyday.

Jan said...

Surely the coming change in the weather will also help your healing process.

Susan Gallacher-Turner and Mike Turner said...

I just love the bright yellow splashes from the forsythia bushes, too. That yellow just lifts my spirits and I'm glad it lifted yours, too. I wish the renewal and rebirth that spring brings for you!