(I've gotta feeling if I sang this loud enough, you would sing it back to me.)
I just cannot wait for spring!
What a cheery picture, Sherry! we started the week with a snowstorm (our first of the winter) and temperatures in the teens. Tomorrow and Sunday, it's supposed to be close to 70 degrees!Yay! Spring is almost here!Sue
Happy March to you, too! We had snow lately and I think it's time to brush it away. I don't think I need anymore any time soon.
Thanks for telling me about your lyme diagnosis, Sherry. This is good news! As you probably know from reading my blog, long-term lyme is difficult to treat...but it IS treatable. The bad news is that you can expect to feel worse for awhile after you start treatment - that's the herx reaction. But the good news is that you will eventually start to improve, and treating the underlying Lyme will definitely help you to feel better than you do currently.Getting through this can be tough at times, so please feel free to contact me anytime, if you have questions or just need to talk to someone who understands.And I will definitely check out the website you told me about when I get back from my weekend away.Sue
Hi Sherry, If I'm not mistaken that's snow behind those yellow tulips? We're supposed to see some of that white stuff here in Seattle this weekend, too. Aack! I'm tired of winter.You asked about purchasing a print of my Burano image. Yes, of course. Contact me via email and we can arrange that. I do currently have it available from my stall at the Pike Place Market.Kind regards,Chuck Pefley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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