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fiestyolelady
Sep 15, 2017
Must be south due to the trees.
elijah13
Aug 9, 2017
Love the sky! Beautiful picture.
wc1agoyal
Oct 19, 2016
Beautiful scenery!
robert0199
Sep 22, 2015
Beautiful. Thanks Team.
Barbaranne
Jun 26, 2015
Can you see in the big tree trunk awoman with achild leaning against her and the child is holding a toy? I can also see a child sitting on the ground which wants to be pulled up.
he tree would be perfect to sit under with a book and a large glass of cold lemonade, and perhapes sleep.
May Our loving, Living Lord fill you with all that you need.
animalvr143
Jun 26, 2015
Glad he loves somebody
aknan
Jun 26, 2015
Animalvr, sounds like you're having a bad day. Hope it passes quickly and your life is filled once more with love and sunshine.
animalvr143
Jun 26, 2015
No such luck, but thanks anyway. I just had breast cancer surgery 3 days ago.
1Edith22
Jun 27, 2015
I had the same operation about 35 years ago.I am thankful for all the years I have had since then. Have gotten to see great gran kids and feel blessed for the years I could have lost.Things will not look as dark when you have recovered from the operation.You have my prayers.
Barbaranne
Jun 27, 2015
Animalvr143 you also have my prays and now that the surgery is over healing and recovery are the future. Remember my C4J friend that as far as love goes all your C4J friends love you and we will be following your posts to be sure that you are OK. Whatever you think of God at this time His shoulders are big enough for all that you want to throw at Him, just trust. May God put His healing hands on you and give you peace.
tomandray
Jun 28, 2015
To Animaluvr143, may your recovery go smoothly and quickly. Be well. :)
aknan
Jun 29, 2015
Animaluvr, no wonder you're down! Don't despair - everyone I know who has had breast cancer has survived and you will, too. Healing will help your outlook and if you're in line for radiation and/or chemo, remember you'll come through it. With discomfort, I'm sure, but you'll come through it and flourish. I pray for you to have strength, courage and determination to see the cancer leave you, and I pray that we find a better way to treat it than slash, burn and poison. My thoughts are with you.
Coravee
Jun 29, 2015
Animalvr, I hope you are beginning to fee; a bit better. Such surgery has an uncomfortable recovery. We will keep remembering you in prayer.
animalvr143
Jul 1, 2015
Thank you all for caring. I got results today that there was no lymph node involvement and the invasive part was small and slow growing. The duct was totally full but surgery showed the Dr. got it all so I am only Stage 1. (The lowest stage) I was real relieved to hear the news. Now, radiation and anti-hormone pills for 5 yrs.
Barbaranne
Jul 2, 2015
Thank the Lord for He is gracious. I am So pleased for you, now stay well with the blessings of God.
aknan
Jul 2, 2015
Animalvr143, that's wonderful news! A friend in a similar situation is 100% cured. See what you have to look forward to? Good health and a long life! Never underestimate the power of prayer, especially if you have the C4J prayer warriors working for you.
Coravee
Jul 2, 2015
Wonderful news! We will continue to pray. Radiation is nasty, but it will help you live! Yay!!!
robert0199
Jul 23, 2015
I knew woman who went through breast cancer after a divorce. She not only survived but found a new man who loves and cares for her and her children. It is not the end only the beginning of a new chapter of your life. It will be difficult for a time but it can also be exciting and blessed.
robert0199
Jul 23, 2015
Love the color in the clouds. Great job team more like this.
hockeyfan
Jul 8, 2015
So lovely and serene.
kjd3682
Jun 26, 2015
The title is enough to not make it 'pretty'. Currently dealing with 80 degrees INSIDE the house...can't get away from this heat! yuck!!
trynfindit
Jun 26, 2015
I couldn't live without air conditioning although there have been times when our power was out after a storm we've had to. My hubby bought two of those cold packs - they are about 12"x15" and come inside of a fabric bag with velcro straps so you can strap it to you - and we put them in the freezer. Getting one out when it's frozen and holding it to your back, stomach, or legs is a blessing in such heat. If you have a couple of them you can switch them out.
CatLadyOKC
Jun 26, 2015
Have 2 sizes of those, also have one that can be either frozen or heated, they are great. Finally go the humidity down to around 60 with the a/c running all the time for almost 3 weeks, so guess what we are suppose to get storms again the evening, up it goes again. Son is looking as room size a/c for the apt. he is renting is in SD and he is use to cental a/c in the part of the country. This one has it's on tank and if it get full you have to empty it before it will run again also runs on 110. He just needs in his bedroom as the office he goes to during the day has a/c. He has gotten very sick a couple of times in the last few years, when he had to work outside some of the time.
kjd3682
Jun 27, 2015
I'm pretty much home bound, so I have a portable A/C unit, with a box fan in front of that and a ceiling fan also in the living room...it takes the edge off, but never really gets cool in here. And of course the rest of the house stays ugly. Fan gets toted back and forth to bedroom at night. And yes, I recognize how cranky and whiny I sound, but I have never tolerated heat very well, and it's supposed to 'hover' near 100 for the next week. Thank for the icepack hint trynfindit, I do have a couple in the freezer. Am heading that direction now! ;-)
kjd3682
Jun 28, 2015
Trynfindit, I added an ice pack and a cold wash cloth to the regimen, it seemed to help. At midnight it's 'down' to 84 degrees in here, but with the added cool, I seem to be surviving better. Thanks!
tomandray
Jun 28, 2015
Maybe your a/c is not working properly, if it's 84 deg. at night inside...check the freon, could be low.
trynfindit
Jun 28, 2015
Tom, her a/c is one of those portable ones; probably doesn't cool as well as a window a/c or central.

kjd, here's another thing that might help. After one of the 1974 hurricanes when we lost power for a number of days, we used spray bottles to spritz water on our arms and legs, then sat in front of the fan. Even at night, we kept our spray bottles on our nightstands and during the night we'd spritz and then go back to sleep.

For those of you unfamiliar with hurricanes, they occur during the summer (actually Jun-Nov) when the temps are often around 90. The storm kills the electricity but not the temps; right after the storm they're back to 85-90+. We have one really large powerful fan (among our other fans) and even our corgi laid in front of it on his back so the air would blow over his tummy and chest.
trynfindit
Jun 28, 2015
BTW kjd, and I know this goes without saying, but carry those spritz bottles around with you during the day.
kjd3682
Jul 1, 2015
Thanks trynfindit for the added suggestion. I don't have a spritz bottle, but I keep a wet washcloth with me at all times, and wipe down my arms/legs/face/neck frequently, it does make a difference. I have 2 cats and 1 dog who aren't impressed with this heat either, but one of the cats seems especially miserable. You can almost hear him sigh every time he has to move. Wish I'd been quick enough with the camera yesterday. He was sitting in front of the fan, actually leaning against it. Guess he didn't want to miss out on a single breeze. ;-)
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