Return of the mac. It’s good to be back. I had prepared one final post for last week, but curiously, it erased itself! It described the snow and sleet gently pattering on my window. Yes, the month of May isn’t what it used to be in the UK.
As for me, well I was too unwell to make the journey to the hospital, so my consultant is waiting on my blood tests after a home visit by a nurse.
Excitingly, ten days late, my niece gave birth to her son, Jack, on the morning of the eclipse. Our family has been blessed indeed.
Thank you too to those who supported me during the last few days, and to the wonderful new friends who looked in. Now, down to posting stuff. To avoid overwhelm, I will henceforth post just three or four times per week, (excepting if the muse demands), rather than daily. Also, like many of my peers, I will, perforce, spend less time answering mails. I will post more art, travel pics, and metaphysics as time unfolds.
Lastly, I hope everyone is coping with their painful ongoing symptoms, we are built to endure, and we are good at it. Understanding our ascension process is key, and only together will we break on through to the other side. (Thank you Jim.)
So then, as today is a surprisingly pleasant day, I felt a trip to the garden was essential, and I hope you like these spangling fresh pics.
Photography ©Francis Moloney: 2012.