Thursday, February 25, 2010

First Signs of Spring.

Well here it is Thursday again so very quickly, the day when Ton will be here in 3/4 of an hour.

Ludwine, my former occupational therapist, who is now training to be the doctor’s assistant will be here with him.

Dreading it hope so much that there is some tiny sign of the wound getting smaller, any tiny sign is welcome.

Richie thinks there has been a tiny improvement hope Ton will confirm this when he gets here.

Just so I do not feel I am in total limbo, hate this feeling of being in stasis waiting for the moment to come.

I am going to do everything I can to keep looking for the positive, hoping for that tiny improvement.

That tiny sign like the first snowdrop or crocus gives us the hope that spring is stirring.

Really need a sign like that today; it is such a grey overcast day with a hint of sunshine just lurking behind the clouds.

There is definitely sunshine over to my right that just needs the cloud over to the left to ease off so that the full beauty of the sky and sun can be revealed.

Here's hoping for a breakthrough on many levels today, just like thc has broken through my pain now and I can relax and experience the day.

Maybe soon we will see the first signs of spring time.


Debbie said...

Herrad, I wish you that tiny sign you need with all my heart. I hope that cloud moves and you are able to see the full beauty of the sky. It is so little to ask. Let us know how your appointment goes.

Enjoying the Ride said...

Herrad, I wish you the best today and always.


Webster said...

Spring is on its way - less than a month away now; AND we get daylight saving time the second week of March! WooHoo!!!

Herrad said...

Hi Debbie,
Thanks for coming by, there was a tiny sign but only Richie could see ti.

Hi Mitch,
Thanks for coming by and leaving your sweet comment.

Thanks everyone for comign by and leaving your comments.
Hope you have a good day today.
Keep warm.

Herrad said...

Hi Webster,

Thanks for coming by and leaving your comment.
We get daylight saving on 21 March when the clocks go forward.
Have a good day.
Keep warm.

JC said...

Keep hoping !!!!

Stephany said...

Spring is for sure on its way, Herrad, that is one thing we can count on in life are the seasons coming and going.

Even if Ton didn't think it was improved and Richie does, then take that, because Richie is the one that sees it all of the time to truly know if it has gotten better.

I hope the evening is pleasant, as always enjoy hearing what Richie is cooking!


Herrad said...

Hi JC,
Thanks for coming by and leaving your supportive comment.
Let us both keep hope alive.

Hi Stephany,
Thanks for coming by and cheering me up.
Richie thinks it looks smaller to think I will go with his thoughts.
Tonight we are having
sausages made with chesnut and cheese
broad bean puree
turnip and cabbage salad
fried potatoes
and prune ice cream with a hint of rum.

Thanks both of you coming by and cheering me up.
Very much appreciated.
Have a good day today.
Keep warm.

weeble said...

Well it's unanimous that your wound is not worse. I wish you the best.

Herrad said...

Hi Weeble,

Thanks for coming by and leaving your positive comment.
I needed that.
Have a great day tomorrow.

ρομπερτ said...

Dear Herrad, hope your day went well. Saw even three butterflies today and temperature reached even close to 20C during might indeed be close to spring. Sending you this to provide the content of your Friday.

Nancy said...

I hope, very much, that the visit brings the outcome so desperately wanted and needed.

Rain said...

Hi Herrad! I'm back online!
I do hope spring starts to show signs soon for you! Here we are expecting a blizzard, lol - you can tell Richie that yes, that's what the weather network is forecasting here for tonight, lol....

Herrad said...

Hi Robert,
Thanks for coming by lovely to see your comment.
3 butterflies and so warm how lovely for you and Stefan.

Hi Nancy,
Thanks for coming by, sadly Ton thought nothing had changed.

Hi Rain,
Thanks for coming by, good to see your comment.
Hope you have food at home and can sit warm and dry and enjoy the show.
Look forward to tomorrows photos.
Keep warm.