Friday, September 30, 2011

We made it!

Old iron, old doors and old paint...taken several months ago in Waihi.

I can hardly believe only a month has gone by since I last posted. It feels a lot longer and if I am being honest I would say that these doors look a little like how I feel! I am so very glad to be home though. My daughter spent 16 days of the last month in hospital, 1 major operation turned into 2 due to complications, its been a difficult time but as my daughter said today... we made it!
Recovey is going to be a long process with hospital visits 2 or 3 times a week and extra demands on my energy and time... but at least the journey has started.
Thank you all for your kind wishes and comments, they are very much appreciated!




9 comments:

Flower said...

Sorry to hear about your daughter Lisa. Hope you are all getting some healing sunshine up your way! Blessings xxxx

La Dolce Vita said...

so good to hear about your daughter and nice to have you back in Bloglandia! xo

Heavens2Betsy said...

Glad to hear you are taking steps on the road to recovery. penny

Mick said...

There's no place like home ... you made it indeed.

John M. Mora said...

So glad to hear this -my very best wishes to your entire family and particularly your daughter....great image, I admire everything about it.

My verification word here is "dating" (no shit) in green....pardon the french.

Jill Zaheer said...

My thoughts are with you and your family now- sending healing wishes to your daughter. Recovery is very slow- so be patient and know that there are so many people that will be thinking of you and her- that you don't even know. What a wonderful picture you've posted. Just perfect to stare at and dream away!! xo

ArtPropelled said...

Beautiful weathered doors! Glad you are home too. Sending healing thoughts.

Renee Howell said...

all the best to your daughter and family on the recovery process. And home - yes, a good place for recovery and resting. Take good care...

Debrina said...

So glad to hear things turned out happily, Lisa. Now's the time for healing and respite. Take care and all the best.