I'll start the day with a bit of nature. Many of us have had not so merry months of May. I remember once a thousand years ago (or maybe only a few weeks) I cheerily said we should all go out and visit nature each day. I do do that-but today I'll bring some here in case you can't.
And now, actual photos from my actual physical body. Ewwwww.
I took these for a forum I am part of-it's very hard to photograph bits of your own lower body unless you are more limber than I....LOL. The moons actually go longways down my outer thigh, but I was lazy and didn't flip the picture. The big colored piece is a redo-it took 6 hours. Yep, it hurt.
These are so much a part of me now that I forget other people may find them interesting.
Things are pretty much the same. The nursing home keeps calling me so that they can document we've communicated and that I am aware my Uncle is going to die and that I did not voice any concerns about it. Married to a lawyer for a few years, 10 years in the medical billing business, I understand what they are doing even though that's not how they put it. And, I understand all the myriad of reasons why, so I visit for a bit, make a few suggestions and try not to let it get to me. How awkward death must be for a nursing home, although they do a booming rehab business as well. The geriatric piece is pretty much a one way ticket.
Little GloWorm is doing his bestest imitation of a the medical symbol thingy. He's not in a petulant mood-that's pretty much just how he looks. Ok, I just woke him up and tickled his tail to make him stick his head up, so maybe he's slightly miffed. His eyes are silver with cross shaped pupils, but realize I am using a macro lense and he isn't sure about letting that thing get so close to him. One day he'll be four feet long, green or blue and the king of the branch, but right now, he's just a little feller who was woke up from his nap.
I'll finish with a flower from my aunt's garden so no one has a nightmare. Well, it was in the batch of pictures from California, so if it wasn't in my aunt's garden it was somewhere in a 50 mile radius.
Blessings to you all!