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June xxx

Thursday, 4 October 2012

Ma Fleur de Paris..


Well at least I've managed to get a picture up this morning.
I've had an almost sleepless night. Isn't it amazing how problems
become huge at night and my mind has been churning away.
Whether to buy a new freezer as ours is on its last legs.....
Should I manfully try and fit my new printer that's been sitting in its box for ages.
Can I manage to fit the cables etc. Have I the strength to lift the old one and also the new one.
Nothing insurmountable of course but when you are physically useless and can't
 get down to the floor etc. small problems magnify.
My Birthday Book has also 'disappeared' leaving me in another muddle.
 
Do your little problems magnify in the night too?
I'm sure I'm not alone.
Have a nice day dear friends,
Warm Hugs
June xxx
 

10 comments:

Chris Arlington said...

4 mins ago you posted and here I am.
I wish I could sleep. Between hubby snoring and cat MEOWING in his hear because HE can't stand it arrrrrgh.
I find when I cant find something it's ususally right in front of me. Or I stop looking and voila! up it shows. I am starting to feel more human. I was diagnosed with zero B12 caused myb my diabetes meds. And extreme uric acid. Then I had a severe allergic reaction to my uric prescription and was to stupid to realize. Lost 7 lbs in as many days.
It is a nice treat to come and visit your wonderful artwork. Love it June.
Hugs, Chris

Dorthe said...

Hi June,
Oh yes ,I know all about sleepless nights,where problems grow just too much!!
I hope you solved yours,so they woun`t bother you more.
Your card is very lovely, in the lilac tones with the beautiful Parisienne :-)
Greetings,Dorthe and thankyou for your kind comment.

abby j said...

You're preaching to the choir, June. I think it's an age thing...the older we get, the harder it is to sleep!! To make matters worse, I have a pad and lighted pen next to my bed for ideas that always come during the night... but, some of my best ideas have happened that way!! Anyway, I love your beautiful flower page...so soft and feminine!

Hugs,
abby

Cheryl said...

oh hun i have the opposite I could sleep for a week and still feel tired Hun,Any way this is brilliant hun just love what you have done here hun,amazing hugs Cherylxxxxx

Faye said...

Lovely post, June. You do well on a little sleep! Yes, problems are greatly magnified at night and once I start trying to solve the problem, I'd just as well give up on sleep.

Lori Saul said...

A gorgeous and feminine inspiration June! I too experience my worst fears and thoughts at night- it's maddening and the more you try to soothe your thoughts it just gets worse. Keep creating -it helps to set things right!

Lori

Bärbel said...

Eine wunderschöne Collage mit dem gespiegelten Gesicht, ich bewundere Ihre Kunst, June.

Ein schönes und erholsames Wochenende wünsche ich Ihnen und dass sich alles wieder zu Ihrer Zufriedenheit fügen möge.
Liebe Grüße.

Brenda Brown said...

What beautiful shades of lilac and pink June, I love the focal image.
Seems like we are all in the same boat with night worries, it's horrible when the house is so dark and still, the things in your mind become so loud don't they.
Have a great weekend.
hugs {brenda} xox

Bill said...

I have to take an anxiety pill every night before I go to bed. My brain comes alive as soon as my head hits the pillow. I can be drop dead tired, but can't sleep because of all of the thoughts running through my brain. Evidently we have discovered a new universal truth - problems do magnify in the night!

Maki said...

Hi June, just dropped by to see your lovely works of art.
Sounds like you have that ole problem of sleepless nights. Yes, I know the problems do magnify and mushroom in
the dark of the night! It keeps you
awake and drains your energy. Then to be in a position of not being physically able to do the things you long to do! ...oh, It's just maddening!!!!
Hang in there, dear friend, soon someone will be by that will be happy to help. I surely hope so.
Many hugs and prayers are winging your way, Maki