Sunday, 19 March 2017

My Sunday Photo 19th March 2016

It has been a busy week, lots of appointments in different NHS departments for both myself and Gee, now I finally feel like we are getting somewhere. My spinal operation I had in September did not work and it means more surgery over the coming months as I am losing the feeling in my left leg. The thought of more surgery is daunting and one that leaves me with fear and dread of the unknown.  On the upside I have managed to arrange some grief counselling for Gee, she is still overcome with the death of Bert and although I have tried everything possible to help her, I think the only way forward is for her to talk to somebody who does not have close family ties.


When you wake up to views like this, you need to shake off any negativity and focus on the good things in life. Such beauty in the world outside waiting to be explored, it makes you realise that every day is a gift to be treasured.  Happy Sunday everyone.

Photalife

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful shot what a spectacular sunrise #mysundayphoto

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  2. What a wonderful sight to wake up to, I don't envy you the surgery though, I hope it is more successful next time.

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  3. Beautiful photo! I'm so sorry your operation didn't work and you have to have another. I hope it goes better next time. x
    #mysundayphoto

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  4. What an unusual sky, it looks like crumpled linen. Good luck with surgery.

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  5. It sounds like a tough week for you both. Sorry to hear you have to have another operation. Here's hoping it works better this time!

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  6. Stunning sky, we've not seen any like that down here this week

    Thank you for linking up

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  7. That sky! Beautiful. It sounds like it was the high point in a tough week.

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  8. That is a stunner! I love the small waves of cloud at the top of the photo, it looks like someone is shaking a white sheet across the view. Beautiful x

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  9. Sending love and hugs. I'm so sorry the surgery didn't work. I hope the next one does.
    That sky is just beautiful x

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  10. Sorry about the hard week. I hope the next op works for you and you get the feeling back in your leg again. x

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  11. The sky is wonderful, it looks like polished metal #MySundayPhoto

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  12. What a beautiful sunset. Sorry you have a lot on your plate at the moment. #sundayphoto

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  13. Sorry you've had such a tough week. That is a stunning sky though, a reminder of the good x

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