It helps me to think spinning,sitting outside with the dogs,camera at my side,watching nature.
My RA doctor has a nurse practioner working with him now,& she sure is an angel.I was telling her today about my husband & the stress that I`m going through.I can`t understand why the dh doesn`t just take his meds on time,get up & fight this disease,try harder.Today & last night I discovered another leak in the copper pipe in the basement,he is just now getting out of bed to fix it at 4pm.I had bought the pipe at Lowes on my way home from the doctor`s.I ought to be down there watching so next time I can do it myself.The NP said to me-I didn`t tell her about the woes of no water-maybe he is just tired.He is just plain too tired to fight anymore.She saw that I was reading Beth Moores new book & she said about the book & whispered,you know you are not alone in this.I almost cried & gave her a hug.She was so kind & knew the exact words to say to me today.
Now for a stroll through what I`ve been doing & seeing.
My husband,and son,have a "thing" for picking up FREE stuff along the road.Well,he picked up these metal bed rails that I finally spray painted & put out in the yard ,it is a section of the yard that I kept getting the mower stuck in because 20 years ago our trees fell in straightline winds that came through,& the guys helping us with the clean-up buried the stumps in the ground.Well,now the ground is settling & we are getting an uneven ground to navigate on.So,this is one area of wildflowers I have planted the bed rails marking the spot not to mow.
We have lots of swallow-tail butterflies now,still no monarchs yet.I have been pruning & pruning.As you can see,it is still a jungle here.
|peach tree never gets sprayed,so usually get no good fruit from it|
|apple tree goats ate the other ones|
|welcome to the jungle|