The Week In Four Photos

I wish I had a magical button on my phone like the one in the BeCasso app that could transform my life into a new reality like these images right now. Daily doctor appointments for a pinched nerve, an ice storm and the loss of Gabby has created a very bleak landscape.

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  1. plaidcamper says:

    It’s a cold beauty…
    I hope you find some warmth and comfort over the coming weekend.

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    1. Thank you! Between the ice, snow, freezing cold and a numb foot, it appears I’m going to have to develop an interest in indoor photography. Maybe I can just photograph the sporting events on my tv!!

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  2. Jet Eliot says:

    Oh no, I gasped when I read this, the loss of Gabby? Dear friend, I am so sorry to hear this, truly sorry.

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    1. Thank you. Gabby brought so much love and joy into my life and had that special magical charm to make me smile and laugh every day. We loved our adventures and our days spent together and now everything feels strange without her by my side. I’m limited in what I can do with the pinched nerve and never knew my house could be this quiet.

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      1. Jet Eliot says:

        She brought joy to us, too. Just last weekend I thought of Gabby when I saw a woman pushing a stroller with a happy little dog in it. I wish for peace and comfort for you in this very difficult time.

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      2. Thank you and I’m glad you enjoyed Gabby and that I could share my best friend and blogging partner with you.

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  3. scifihammy says:

    Oh no! I’m so sorry to hear this. I have missed a lot being absent lately.

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    1. Thank you. It’s been two weeks without Gabby and her wonderful ways of making me smile and laugh. Even though I was always worrying about her health issues, I did not expect this sudden loss and thought we would have more adventures together this year.

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      1. scifihammy says:

        Aw I understand this completely. It was the same with LM. Even tho I knew she was getting on, she was still the same old girl and her sudden passing was a shock.
        I hope things get easier over time.
        Thinking of Gabby and LM playing together makes me smile. 🙂

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  4. Eliza Waters says:

    The frost looks like birds in flight – fun renderings.
    I imagine it is hard to process all that you are going through, but please be gentle with yourself as you heal both physically and emotionally. These things take time, as tough as that is to acknowledge when you are in the midst of pain. I’m imagining you cradled in Loving Hands. ❤

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words and understanding. During times of sadness and worry it has always helped me to be able to keep busy, exercise and generally just wear myself out. The pain and numbness with the pinched nerve has made it impossible to do any of those things and has kept me home more than normal where the absence of Gabby is felt all day. I’m hoping a few treatment options prevents surgery, but after a bad day yesterday I’m not so sure. There may be many window frost photos in the near future.

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      1. Eliza Waters says:

        Pain often has a message for us, if we listen to our bodies, often that is what is most needed. I wonder if acupuncture might help? It may be worth a try. Is there a practitioner near you?

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      2. I’m hoping next week when I begin physical therapy that something will help since the pain the last two days is much worse. Thanks for the suggestion, I’ve been busy researching different treatment options and will add it to the list.

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      3. Eliza Waters says:

        Hope you find relief soon ❤

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  5. These are really beautiful.

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  6. Read this with tears in my eyes. Dear little Gabby was loved near and far.

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    1. Thank you. After a few years of saying I was never getting another dog, she was an unexpected gift from my mother and she had a wonderful personality and a way to look at you that said each day should be something special.

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