Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Well It's About Time

I've just been lazy.  All is well here, meeting with my Oncologist went well, don't have to go back for 2  weeks.  Some problems with constipation, not something I want to talk much about.  But getting better.
Rain, rain, rain, nearly every day and more forecast, a bit tired of that but the garden is loving it.  Some pictures Mac took for me.


Hydrangeas

Lilies

Gladiolas

Our Mimosa Tree, a new one has seeded itself down in the garden.

31 comments:

  1. Oh your garden is looking great. It's been a slow spring here, too but things are finally coming on. Glad you don't have to go back for a bit! Good news!

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  2. Your garden is so pretty, I would like some of that rain.

    cheers, parsnip

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  3. In between being lazy, keep the good news rolling.

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  4. We've had nothing but rain here in PA, but the garden does love it and especially the roses, as long as it's a gentle rain and on the whole it has been. Hope all picks up for you.

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  5. It is not like you to have much rain - that is a British pre-occupation!!! as you know. However, curiously we have had sun all day long during most of the month of May, and I am just beginning to wonder where the rain has gone to - may be it is with you.
    So pleased to learn that you are continuing to get better, and the garden certainly looks as if it is enjoying the rain.

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  6. With all that rain, your garden will explode! I'm very glad to hear you are doing well and get to wait two weeks before going back. -Jenn

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  7. Oh my yes, we have had some rain but like you say, the flowers love it! Hope you are more "regular" soon! :-)

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  8. Your garden is looking good.
    Good to hear your oncologist is pleased with your progress, good news indeed.

    All the best Jan

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  9. Your garden looks lovely. We're having "May gray" weather here in SoCal but I love the clouds. I'm so happy to hear that all is going well for you dear friend. Pat 🌹

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  10. Hello, Mac,
    Your garden is full of spring.So lovely!
    I came back home from my hometown Tokyo. Wonderful new header!

    I often think of you.

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  11. Glad to know that everything went well.. love n hugs..

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  12. Whew! I was afraid to ask; I am so glad all is well. Not lazy, my friend--healing.

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  13. Yes, glad to know all is well - the flowers are beautiful

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  14. Mac is a sweetie for taking pics for you so you can share the garden with him. Lily's are my favorite and yours are lovely. Get well and strong. We're all in it with you.

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  15. Great pictures - everything is blooming. Glad everything is ok at the oncologist.

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  16. Such pretty flowers - the mimosa tree is wonderful! Always thinking of you. Hugs xo Karen

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  17. Pretty pictures. I've been appreciating sun after so much rain earlier in the year.

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  18. I am thrilled all is going well, prunes may help. Your garden is looking good.

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  19. Good to hear from you. I'm sure gardens appreciate the rain more than we do:)

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  20. Gosh, I love the new header picture, how fabulous is that!?
    Sorry to hear you have taken over our rain... lol, but glad you'r hospital appointments are getting fewer. love the Gladioli, that's one flower that refuses to grow in my garden.

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  21. It's good to hear from you and to know that you're doing well. Sometimes a rest is a good thing. The flowers that Mac photographed are lovely. A self-seeded mimosa sounds wonderful. I love the painting of the sheep, sheepdog and garden for your header. A nice composition. Thinking of you, Linda.

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  22. Lazy is good, try prunes if you like them...prune soup with apricots is really good...I like it cold:)

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  23. The sun is over here trying to set new heat records for the month of May in Sweden :)

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  24. Your flowers are doing great and it's good to hear that your are doing okay, too. Didn't know mimosas could seed themselves, but that explains some I've seen in wild places.

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  25. Wish I could send you some of our sunshine. Your flowers are lovely, and I'm so happy with your good report from the doctor. Have you on my mind a lot. Prayers and Hugs.

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  26. Lazy is good, it's called "recuperating." Your body needs that.

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  27. Very pretty flowers. Glad the oncologist visit went well. You're not being lazy! It takes a while to get your strength back. Make sure you take care of yourself. Your energy will come back in time.

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  28. Rub the bottom of your feet with your thumbs or a golf ball, it will help your body with elimination. It really works. Such good news my friend.

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