Sunday, September 26, 2010

This jumped out of the post. The view from the patient's balcony.
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18 comments:

Pat said...

This was posted first but BB has brought it to the top to make
nonsense of my copy.

Milady de Languor said...

The wretched blog gremlins attack each of us from time to time. Out of order or not, though, that's one impressive view! I could definitely get used to seeing that each morning.

Lots of couples do the separate room bit in order to facilitate sleep, so no need to explain. I'm married to a snorer and flailer, which doesn't jive with my absolute need for really deep sleep.

I hope that things continue to go well for the patient, and am already sending positive vibes your way for the next step in the program. One day all of this will just be a fading memory, promise!

savannah said...

stunning view! xoxoxo

kenju said...

Who wouldn't get better looking at that view??!!

Pat said...

Milady D: I'll hold you to your promise:)

Pat said...

Savannah: a fleeting view now as Autumn will bring changes.xoxoxox

Judy: I hope you are right. You usually are;)

R. Sherman said...

What's that hill in the distance? It seems worth climbing when everyone's well.

Cheers.

Blazing said...

Seems like I have missed much, Pat. Raising a glass to the patient this evening. If you get a chance to put things to the back of your mind for a few seconds just look at the trees, take in the colours, then knuckle down and get on with it all again. Best wishes to you both.

Pat said...

Randall: that's Grabbist Hill. We did it when we first came here and maybe I'll do it again when things quieten down but MTL has given up on hills.

Blazing: thank you - that is good advice and important to remember:)

rashbre said...

I agree with those that comment on the beautiful view.

Part of the restorative, I'm sure.

Best wishes.

David said...

praying for the health of all there

debra said...

That's a gorgeous and healing view, no matter where it is posted. xo

Nea said...

If I sweep up the leaves for you, can I come up and goggle at the view?

Pat said...

Rashbre; the view and the sun help a great deal.

Pat said...

David: that is much appreciated Thank you!

Pat said...

Debra: I have to remember to stop and look at it occasionally.

Nea: you can come any time. No work involved:)

Guyana-Gyal said...

Ahhh, what a view, what a place to heal.

Cheers. How I love that word.

Tell the Patient cheers from Guyana.

Pat said...

GG: thanks I will:)