Something simpler today. Sometimes our memories seem sad and grey, just like this picture.
So we've got to lift ourselves up, dust ourselves down, and add a little colour to them. Think of something brighter...A fun day at the beach...shopping when you had birthday money to spend...or even meeting a new grandbaby for the first time! I'm sure you all have lots of colourful memories.
I was so happy to phone my cousin in Malta yesterday, to wish her happy Birthday and catch up with a little bit of news, about family and grandchildren etc.
I visited with my new doctor this morning. I like him very much. He has upped slightly my dose of medication, hopefully to ease lots of pain.
Then I went on to Chapel. This time I didn't take Algie as I went straight on after the doctor's.
He cries a lot when I leave him Freddie says. The fencing is working fine so he's been busy outside.
But my Goodness, you never saw such a muddy, dirty little dog when he comes in. He looks as if he's wearing black boots! And his footprints are everywhere!
Have a lovely day,
Love and Hugs
So beautiful and poignant, June.
Good morning dear June
You keep drawing me back here and I am so glad you do as I am always inspired to see your latest piece of creativity like this Faith in Colour my Memories.
Such a beautiful image on a gorgeous understated background.
It is only helpful to draw on the positive memories for health, healing and happiness!
I am so glad to bring you some lovely images to look at June and that it helps to bring some light and joy into your world.
Love and hugs,
This is lovely, I hope the new strength medicines help lift away the gray. ~Diane
I hope you are feeling better soon.
Isn't art just the perfect thing for a grey day? You lose yourself in colors and shapes, and the day doesn't seem so glum anymore.
I was surfing around some blogs I have never read and read your comment on a blog, that's how I found you
I like to say Hi to someone new once in a while. I love in Missouri USA
I read you have a sweet little dog
hope your new doctor can help work miracles for you
Dear June. So true about the grey memories, and you made a beautiful image. Wish you ll the best !
This is beautiful June, and your words make it even more so.
Wonderful contrasts! Winter does tend to make us feel extra gray. But Algie sounds like a bundle of fun. Our daughter left her two small dogs for us to take care of again, so that means 6 dogs running in and out of the house. That's just plain crazy! Especially with the snow and somehow managing to find a little mud to track into the house. I love animals, but I think we have a few too many.
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