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Thoughts by the Creekbank

Hello luvs! Happiest of Fridays to you!

It’s been quite the week, dear friends, and I’m so glad for Friday and sunshine and fried potatoes with sausage and apple vanilla tea and a movie night with dear friends and naps in the sun and the hope of getting better.

Doc told me yesterday that I was dying before they got the right meds in me this week. It was a sobering thought. Made me sit quietly and do a lot of thinking.

I have a park down the road from me that is a good place for thinking.

I wandered through the trees and looked up into a glowing canopy of green.

I rounded a corner on a little trail I found and discovered this lovely perch. I clambered aboard, found a good sitting spot among the moss and ferns, closed my eyes and just sat. The trickle of water over stones, birds singing merrily, sun warming me up beautifully, it was just what my heart needed.

And I thought you might like it too, so I took a shaky little video. If it makes you seasick, just close your eyes and listen, the creek sounds wonderful. 🙂

Wishing you a beautiful weekend. xo

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Faith - I hope you’re feeling better now and well on your way to full recovery, Krista! That park is lovely…so peaceful and serene.

bellini - I am so glad to hear you are feeling better Kritsa. A walk in the sunshine is a start in the right direction.

Joanne - How gorgeously peaceful! I can definitely see why this is the perfect place to think!

Kitchen Butterfly - Dear Krista, I am glad that you are feeling better and that the root of all the issues has been found out. Words fail me but I trust that it is well. Peace, joy and rest for you weary bones and spirit. With love, and best wishes for a blessed Easter X X X

Pat R - Dear Krista,
So glad you have finally found an answer to all the troubling physical symptoms……….now is the time to focus on getting well.
When I won the salt in one of your giveaways, I promised to let you know how I used it. I needed to finish the sea salt in my grinder before I filled it with the salt, so it has taken me awhile to get back to you. I made caramels and salted them with the salt…..spectacular! Everyone raved about the caramels. I thank you for the most important ingredient.
Love your blog and I count you as a friend.

LindyLouMac in Italy - I am so happy that you have at last been diagnosed and are on the path to recovery, plus a trip to Italy to look forward to. This was a beautiful place for you to reflect and be thankful, beside the brook. Have a good Easter.

Alina - This beautiful and peaceful spot is just the right place to heal, with rest and your wonderful zest for life, you are on the way to recovery, my heart is with you. (You are welcome to our garden party any time!)

Vanessa@Luxuria - Wow! what a glorious place to contemplate the foibles of our medical profession!! Please contemplate some alternatives sweetheart. I hate to see someone who has so much passion for life, suffering so much 🙁
p.s the potatoes and sausages sounded like my kind of lunch; naughty but nice.

RamblingTart - Thank you, Mary. 🙂 Cozy on my bed as I write. 🙂

Mary - I am so glad to hear that you are on the mend! Rest, and spend as much time as possible in lovely venues, such as you’ve shown us above. Take care!

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