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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

TRANSITION FOR GARY

 More spectacular morning light.



 Gary had therapy this morning and I went to Agape for a short time.  At least I went.
 Picked up Gary and we went to our first chorus rehearsal.

 After lunch I mowed a couple of pastures.

 Gary had a 3:30 appointment with his Doc and ta daaaaa!  He can go without his boot part of the day if he uses crutches AND!!!!!he can drive.  Wooooohooooooooo!!!!!!  Our lives are about to change.
Chores at 5:30...hot today so I left their masks on (flies) til pre dark.
 My "frog pond" had a little activity tonight.

 Does anyone else have these beautiful blossoms that normally open in the spring?
Leftovers for dinner....nothin' special.
Night all.

6 comments:

  1. Yay! Great news on Gary!
    Lori, I think your pretty flowers are Colchicums, which bloom in the Fall.

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  2. Great news! Being able to drive is huge!

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  3. I think Terry is right. Colchicum or autumn crocus.

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  4. Another day well lived at your place. I'm glad Gary is doing better.

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  5. I'm also glad that it was good news for Gary! I hope that your day has been an enjoyable one too--You get so much done, and I continue to be in awe of that!

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  6. I love the frogs. Wish I had them in my yard for the kids. Nice to hear Gary is healing. Being able to drive will make a huge difference in your routine.

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