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aussiesapphire
Jun 29, 2020
Beautiful.

"Your feet are bigger in the afternoon than at any other time of the day."

""The average person spends two weeks of their life waiting for the traffic light to change."

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
nborchardt
Jun 29, 2020
2 weeks!!! I never would have guessed that. I think it is less since Covid19 hit the world! Blessings and hugs, aussie and I hope everything is going well for you!
aussiesapphire
Jun 29, 2020
Thanks nborchardt - not too well at the moment had a couple of bad falls over the equipment that is supposed to keep me from falling! So a bit sore and sorry and my confidence is in tatters. Lots of hugs.
jazz0130
Jun 29, 2020
So sorry you're having such a difficult time aussie. Sending hugs for brighter days ahead.
JoyceRogers
Jun 29, 2020
Aussie, I'm so sorry to hear about the falls...I've only had a couple and they scared me to death! My suggestion: move very sloooowly, and always wear your glasses when walking. That way you can see what you need to step around, and you have plenty of time to correct your step! (just a theory! ) I'll pray for you, and for your confidence to return. I can relate...Hugs.
aknan
Jun 29, 2020
Aussie, the info about feet swelling is very true, especially as we age. And it can be worse if you have osteo-arthritis in your ankle. Supposedly, sitting with your feet up helps, but I sure haven't noticed that.
aussiesapphire
Jun 30, 2020
Thanks folks for your love and caring and Joyce that s what my doctor said that as we get older, we must slow down and the last fall I had was because I was hurrying to answer the phone. Hugs.
JAMP124
Jul 27, 2020
Aussie --- So sorry things are not tip-top. Prevention is the key to falls. Make sure there is a clear path from here to there. Let the phone ring! Answer it but don't be bothered if you don't make it. If it's important, you'll get another call. Or--- can you get a "walk-around" phone?
You don't want a broken bone --- not even your funny bone!!! Be well.
JAMP124
Jul 27, 2020
About waiting at a traffic light ---
One Memorial Day I was stopped at a large intersection.
On the opposite corner was the Veterans section of the local cemetery. All the veterans graves were decorated with a small flag. It was a beautiful day, but very windy.
As I sat there I imagined the fluttering flags (the veterans) were talking to each other. "Hey, you guys, look at how nicely the veterans council decorated our plots! " "Buddy, I can tell by the date on you marker, that you were in WWII, probably in one of the memorable battles. I was too -- came home from Iwo Jima this way. We'll talk again."
I was never again impatient at a traffic light.
brendadiaz
Jul 4, 2020
Is this picture for real? It's too beautiful!
dbnc2
Jun 29, 2020
I'm back don't know for how long
a beautiful puzzle today
now off to find my mystery for today
KwkClkrSwkr70
Jun 29, 2020
BEAUTIFUL scene!!!!!!!!!
babygirlkfor
Jun 29, 2020
That is so pretty!
jas6415
Jun 29, 2020
Awesome scenery
nborchardt
Jun 29, 2020
Lovely, lovely, lovely! A picture to remember when you are feeling low, absolutely beautiful. May your day be as lovely as this scene! Hugs, blessings, and all things wonderful to you and yours today!
nlbuchanan
Jun 29, 2020
Thank you, nborchardt, and back to you.
dinta18
Jun 29, 2020
Thank you for your kind words. We need them during this anxiety producing time.
pixipixil
Jun 29, 2020
Gonna do the other. Picked this one to do a month or so ago when the daily didn't hit me. It's a dandy to be sure. I can see the other will be very hard.
We finally got a real dowsing. We sure needed it.
Wishing you rain when you need it and sun for the rest.
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