Thursday, August 15, 2013

morning glory

When your health or the health of a loved one is precarious, then days, hours, moments often take on a new perspective. What cancer has taught me is that I need to honor time, to find magic in the rays of sunlight or the peak of a bunny through the Morning Glories. Time moves more slowly, thankfulness come with ease and blessings rain.


Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Kari, I'm so sorry to hear about your sad news. Have faith ~ I've been thinking about you.
Your morning glories are beautiful ~ I sure wish I would get some blooms on mine.
Prayers and thoughts going your way.
Prim Blessings

Jani said...

You are so loved. I hope you can feel it there, while you enjoy some peace and quiet at the farm.

Barb said...

One thing that cancer does makes us take time to really see what is around us and appreciate our blessings. We will all trust and pray that your healing will be complete! It will because I said so!!!! :O)

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

I'm sorry to hear this, Kari...illness really does make one take stock of what's truly important, and look for blessings. During a time of serious illness, I found the love and caring of others to be a great gift. I am sending good thoughts and prayers your way...xo

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