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July 20, 2018


Barb inAK

Oh no. It sounds like you are in for a long haul in healing. I am glad you are trying something a bit stronger for your pain. I hope it helps you sleep better. So hard to heal when you can't get rested.
You always show us such lovely photos of the beautiful gardens throughout your area. I wish we had something like that to walk through near me. No such thing anywhere around me. I am not a gardener, but I love to look at gardens.
I am fascinated with the Misty Morning layout. How did you do the rays?
I am sure you had a stencil, but did you use ink or chalk to color them? It makes such a gorgeous effect on the page.
Now, be a good girl--feet up, soft cushions, and rest, rest, rest.


Tramadol is a great pain killer but it can leave you feeling a bit dopey and have an odd sleep. I do sympathise with you as I broke a couple of ribs in a road accident in France and it is very painful.


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