Hi my dear readers, I just really want to use this post to tell you that now I'm not suffering near as much pain, I am going to try and be a little more interactive with all of you. What I mean by that is I am going to try and respond to each and every comment in the comment section of my blog. Now, I hate to make a promise like this and then fail at it miserably, so for now let's just say it's a bit of trial and error but I really want to give it a shot. I often feel as though I don't give anything back when I receive such sweet and loving support. I so often feel as though I want to write to each of you individually but just haven't known how to go about it as it felt like such a mammoth task. However, as I say, now that I am feeling a bit better I think I could just about manage it, so, I'm going to give it my best shot. If on occasion I miss a couple of replies, please don't be offended or think that you are any less important in any way than other people that I may have responded to, all it will mean is that I ran out of time and/or energy and just couldn't keep up.
Anyway I'm kind of excited to open up the communication a bit more, I hope you are too. Let's see what happens and I will start as of now.
Take good care of yourselves and each other.
Things I'm Grateful for Today:
My friend Lee coming over tonight when I really feel like visiting with her.
My lovely ducted heating, it has been very chilly!
Oh the best one of all, the fact that my pain has lessened to almost non-existent. YAY!!!
Books, gosh I love to read and be taken into other worlds, to learn, to be inspired, I can't imagine a world without books and therefore authors. So grateful for that.
Fireplaces in Winter. Mine is only a fake gas one made to look real but it is still very cozy and sweet. It really does look real but I love actual real ones best, with the crackle and hiss of the wood and the aroma mmmmm.
Soups, casseroles, breads, really really good red wine (I only like the best ones unfortunately for my purse) that warms you as it slides down and makes you feel all pleasant and mellow - like the wine itself actually! Delicious and very indulgent.
Wintery walks rugged up with scarf and hat and boots.