After many days of gray, we have enjoyed blue skies today and if the weather forecasters are correct, we may see a few more. Our yard is showing signs of spring too.
|Friends who know us well know I love daffodils and tulips. Friend Ruthie brought these a few days ago|
|Then I found these at Fred Myers|
|They sure brighten up our living room.|
|Grand daughter Kim came to visit Sunday. It was her 27th birthday. It doesn't seem possible. Hope this year is the best ever for you sweetie.|
|The red leaves on our Lace Leaf Maple are pushing so hard they are just about to burst.|
|We are going to have another bumper crop of blueberries this year. These are for Joe to just enjoy picking, washing them off and eating them. What he doesn't eat, I freeze.|
|It is hard to see with the blue sky and white clouds, but this is one of two of our pink dogwood trees and the buds are there. I love these trees.|
|Even the Clematis is starting to climb up the trellis.|
So what is ahead for us you might be asking. Joe has his next chemo on the 23rd, followed by Rehydration IV's on Friday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. As I said earlier, he doesn't hardly get to feeling better now and it's time for another session. Yes, we have had our days of depression and sharp words. And those are mainly because I was so frustrated that he wasn't eating or drinking much of anything and loosing a pound a day and him not wanting to hear my suggesting that he try to eat and drink more. But we also know when we are hugging we aren't hurting. So we hug and hold each other a lot. A hymn we grew up pretty much describes how we are dealing with our lives right now.