In 2008 this started as a travel blog, and I have struggled to keep it such. There are times, however, when we've been home a while and have no great pictures to build a blog around, that I am compelled to admit that this effort is mostly about keeping in touch with friends. We've been home a couple of days short of a month with little exciting going on. I've resumed bi-weekly PT, and it's gradually helping. I have yet to visit my spinal specialist. We'll see where that leads us.
Baxter has had four growths removed. The one on his toe was primary because it interfered with walking. The other three were largely cosmetic while he was under. All stitches are now out, but he does have to wear a boot when he goes out. His heart, lungs and digestive system are all extraordinarily healthy, so he seems to manage everything else just fine. Vision and hearing are nearly gone.
Durelle, of course, is strong enough for all of us. She even got in some golf with Cindy recently.
I was going to add my all Fall foliage pictures...consisting of a magnolia and a Confederate Rose. The magnolia blossoms are at their photographic peak for less than 24 hours each. I missed the ones that were close enough for a close-up. Here's our hibiscus mutabilis or Confederate Rose.
I guess if I really want a nice Fall color picture, I'll have to steal one from Jackie Fare.
This is their back yard, by the way.
Thanks to Jack and Liz Flood for reminding me that I needed to get off my duff and post a blog. It provides both comfort and a little pressure to be reminded that there are a number of friends out there that care about us even when we don't have any material for a travel blog.