I’m sorry I haven’t been on very much the past few months but I’ve been going through some challenging times and I haven’t been able to to look at and comment on your wonderful images or post any of my own.
I am so grateful to Celeste Mookherjee, my dear friend and co-host in Nature’s Patterns and Designs. She has given me so much support and kindly taken care of my features for the last few months and it was only today that I was finally able to do a set of features for our wonderful group.
Things are slowly getting better, but it’s still hard for me to be on for very long. I so appreciate your patience and look forward to seeing and commenting on your images.
I’m sorry I’ve been away from RB the last month but our dear Siamese Jazzbeaux had a serious flare-up with his kidney disease and he was in and out of the hospital too many times to count. After losing his younger brother to kidney disease last fall, we were really shaken up at the prospect of losing him too.
He was amazing throughout the entire ordeal – no matter how many painful and unpleasant procedures he was subjected to, he would be purring shortly after. He never seemed traumatized by the whole process, although I can’t say the same for us
A month ago we thought we were going to lose him, but round-the-clock fluids and wonderful, attentive medical care brought him back to us, and we are beyond grateful. Rick and I have learned so much from hi…
I have lived in Massachusetts for over 40 years and have always treasured the special magic of Patriot’s Day in Boston. It has a rich history as not only the commemoration of the start of the American Revolution, but for the Boston Marathon, where runners of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities from around the world come together to run a storied race that dates back to 1897.
When I turned on my car radio and heard the news of this tragedy, I was overcome with shock and grief, and once I saw those horrific images on TV, the pain and sadness were completely overwhelming. My heart goes out to all of the victims and their families and friends, and my gratitude to the first responders, police, volunteers, and all others who rushed to help knows no bounds. I’m certain their actions…
This past summer and early fall have been very challenging for me. I was dealing with some health problems that made it difficult for me to take pictures or participate on RedBubble. Fortunately I am feeling much better now.
I’m so sorry I’ve missed out on the beautiful work that all of you have added and I hope to get a chance to explore and comment on your wonderful images.
Thank you to all who came by while I was unavailable, and I hope to be able to be a part of the RedBubble community once again.