The autumn of our years.
Life is full of ups and downs. We all have our own story to tell.
If we didn't have downs, then we wouldn't have ups.........if that makes any sense.
The Autumn garden has never looked more beautiful...............and yet.
Yesterday Mr P was told he had two low grade tumours in his bladder. On Tuesday he will have them removed. We are both positive, we will work our way through this............the consultant is optimistic.
Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood................Marie Curie.
Have a wonderful weekend........enjoy your loved ones.
Your autumn garden is certainly looking beautiful and full of colour with the leaves changing colour - I would love to have more trees in the garden but I just don't have room. Sorry to hear about Mr P hope all goes well for him and he soon gets back on to the road of full recovery. These little hiccups happen as we age I guess - my thoughts are with you.
Sending positive thoughts to you and Mr. P. Here's hoping this is just a little "bump in the road" as my doctor is fond of saying.ReplyDelete
I know only too well how worrying this kind of news is for everyone concerned. Sending lots of positive thoughts for Mr P, you will all be in my thoughts on Tuesday, I'm sure it will all go according to plan. Your garden is looking beautiful, though I think winter is getting a grasp on things now.ReplyDelete
You are blessed with glorious autumn hues in your garden Cheryl.ReplyDelete
Best wishes to you and Mr.P from both of us. Stay positive.
OH MY...my thoughts and prayers are with you and MR P. Your garden looks fabulous. Hang in there.ReplyDelete
Thank you all for your kind comments...............so much appreciated, more than you realise.ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry to hear this, Cheryl--sending positive thoughts of healing your way for Mr. P. I've been out of town and didn't see this till now; I hope by now he is resting comfortably and you have received some good news.ReplyDelete
Your garden looks so lovely clothed in its autumn colors.
What a beautiful blog : ). Thank you for sharing your gorgeous garden with us, as what an inspiration. Wishing Mr P a full recovery. My thoughts and prayers are with you both. FranReplyDelete
Dear Cheryl, I am so sorry to hear your news. There always seem to be bumps in the road when we least expect them. I hope Mr. P makes a full recovery with no more bumps!ReplyDelete
Sending love and light to you both.