Wednesday, June 29, 2011

A Bridge Over The Falls

I'm feeling a bit better.
Test results are ok.
More tests can wait til later, if needed.
For now, I'm just going to enjoy the Summer.
Sometimes getting sick reminds me
that time is wasted on the what if's.
One should do what
they have on their 'I want to do' list.
In this photo, I'm on a bridge looking out
at a river with falls and old buildings.
This was my first day where I felt
like I was mayby on the mend.
(A planned trip that I almost did not go on.
I'm glad I did.)
Thank You for all your kind notes.
To good health and more adventures,
~ JC ~

7 comments:

Cat said...

I'm glad you are better, or at least on the mend now :-) I hope you have a wonderful trip!

Fuzzy Tales said...

We're glad you're feeling better and that you *did* go on that outing! Purrs!

The Monkeys said...

We're happy you're feeling better! It looks like you're having a great time away!

Webster said...

And it looks like you picked one of our *nice* days to get out. Glad you decided to go, and enjoyed it.

Laoch of Chicago said...

Good to see you feeling better.

janis said...

Im sorry you've been sick. I missed that. But I will keep you in prayers.
From one cat lover to another, I want to share an interesting observation I made yesterday. I am a Hospice Volunteer. While visiting a patient, a cat came into the house (not his cat). He didnt mind, Said it likes to visit him. This big yellow Tom, jumped onto the patient.. He didn't want me to move him.. he enjoyed the nuzzling & "milking" as a cat does. It was so sweet. Then I went to a Assistant Living Facility to see my next patient. She is a dear elderly resident with the end stages of Alzheimer. We heard a meow, and sure enough a cat walked into the room to visit. My patient smiled big, enjoying the cat visit, then the cat ran out. Although dogs are, Cats are not allowed to reside in the home. I stepped out of her room, and saw another resident quickly let the cat in their room & shut the door. Apparently, this kitty makes her rounds to many residents, even after repeatedly being sent outside the building. Cats sense that these folks "need" them. I love their sense of understanding♥

Cats of Wildcat Woods said...

Love the comment above mine about the cats. Hope you are on the mend. Sending lots of purrs.

There comes a time in your life when you walk away from all of the drama and the people who create it. You surround yourself with people who make you laugh. Forget the bad and focus on the good. Love the people who treat you right and pray for those who don’t. Life is too short to be anything but happy. Falling down is part of life, getting back up is living.

~ Jose N. Harris

Characters In My Garden

Purr Gang ~ My five cats

Cats ~ Al, Ashton Rosevelt, Jasmine Marie, Riley Andrew & Meredith Ann

Fur Gang ~ Jodie Isabella and Sally Jean
(The Original member, Sweet Bella is in memory only now. Maddy Jean, another original member, past away in August of 2014)

Mr. Boatman ~ my husband who likes boats

DD ~ my daughter who graduated and is now out living in the real world

DS or Dson ~ my son is studying computer science and math



Maddy Jean & Bella

Maddy Jean & Bella
Both gone but never forgotten

Jodie Isabella

Jodie Isabella

Al

Al
I adopted him from our local Humane Society

Ashton

Ashton
Adopted from my local horse supply store

Jasmine

Jasmine
I adopted her from Purrfect Pals

Riley

Riley
I adopted him from the local Humane Society

Meredith Ann

Meredith Ann
I adopted her from Purrfect Pals