Friday, September 11, 2009

Wordless




I wish I had some deep words of wisdom for you today, or even some charming little anecdote, but I don't. I don't quite know what's going on, but I'm feeling blah, maybe a little burned out...

So I'm just going to leave you with one of my many macros of my dahlia. You know, the one I grew all by myself. ;)

8 comments:

Jackie said...

Hi Mary

I think I know how you are feeling and you are trying to be strong for the family whereas a good cry and some comfort would make you feeling a little better. I know just before Christmas last year we knew my mother in law didn't have long to live and then my husband was diagnosed with malignant melanoma. My husband had an operation and the cancer hadn't spread, he has to have regular check ups, in fact today he had a small excision as the scar hadn't healed up and the doctor found a stitch still there!

I am sure that all fellow bloggers offer you their support and prayers.

Your photography gives peace and pleasure to so many.

Take care, love from Jackie.

Char said...

beautiful shot

hope you feel better soon

Carolyn Ford said...

That is gorgeous and thank you for bringing nature's beauty to all of us.

SD at "Addicted to The Click" said...

I'm saying a prayer for you...
May you be lifted up and surrounded in peaceful blessings...

Bonnie said...

I have had times like you are having. I describe it to my daughter as a negative bomb going off in my head. It clears in a day or maybe even a week but there doesn't seem to be much that can make me feel better. Until I go play tennis :o) That usually helps. But when it is really bad I can't even make myself do that. So, even though it doesn't help, you are not alone...

T and S said...

Beautiful Macro shot, you grew that all by yourself ! wow.

Country Girl said...

Mary, this dahlia is just so beautiful. I was feeling the very same way last week! Not depressed, but quiet. A little overwhelmed with my life. I finally found out it was my thyroid meds being off. Odd how such a small thing can make me feel but there it is. Once the dosage was upped, I felt better. My problems are still the same but now I don't feel as if they're unsurmountable. (Not that I'm telling you it's your thyroid!!)
Hope your weekend is calmer and that you'll come back sharing some more of your beautiful work. Til then, my friend.

Debbie P. said...

Beautiful beautiful photo, get to feeling better love. Sometimes wordless times on the outside mean lots of self talk on the inside, and that can be a good thing too :) Hugs, Debbie