Keep Plugging Away

I’m not going to say, hey I’m back, because that seems to mean I’ll be here every week. I am going to post more, but can’t say how frequently because my neighbor, who after 19 years became a part of our family is quite ill. For the last few months we’ve been helping her. She was finally ( after 6 trips to the ER) was diagnosed with cancer that had metastasized and is an extremely fast growing cancer. In a short time she’s gone from walking to bedridden and on care and comfort. We all know how painful and difficult it is to stand by helplessly while we are losing someone. Anyway, I’ll be back and forth trying to deal with that and trying to busy my free time with things that keep my mind occupied. I have my quilting that I’ve been away from for such a long time, that I am pulling out and diving into. I also have my Succulants that never cease to amaze me with their beauty and individuality. They’re all so beautiful 😊

My dear friend Susan helped me get back on my blog, it had turned into a challenge. Lol. I thought I would try and brighten up my face page and managed to botch it up and had a terrible time getting things back to normal. Actually I didn’t get it back to normal, Susan did. 🤪. Thank you so much Susan.
I’m going to get off here for tonight and try to be back soon with some brighter news. HAPPY NEW YEAR everyone, be safe and God Bless.

4 thoughts on “Keep Plugging Away

  1. Praying for your neighbor. She is blessed to have you for a neighbor. I’m glad you don’t have to be there for her 24/7, because that would really be hard. I’m sure having you visit when you can lifts her spirits. I pray her transition from this life to the next is peaceful and pain-free. Susan fixes things for me on my blog as well!! Bless her heart!! (I’m not Southern, so I’m not saying it the way they do!!)

    • Well, thank goodness! LOL My mother was born in Louisiana, and my grandmother in Tennessee, so that makes me at least kinda southern, and I know what it means down here. LOL You are both so easy to please. =)

  2. Yay, Candi! A post right away – that’s a good start. I’m looking forward to seeing how your succulents are growing. If you learn anything about pruning Jades, let me know. Mine is going wild! Pruning it by guess last year only encouraged it. LOL

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