Tuesday, January 20, 2015

The View From Here

 
Male House Finch

Grey squirrel
 
Once again Multiple Sclerosis is rearing it's ugly head. My eyesight is being affected terribly... thank goodness for camera auto focus!  I will be leaving blog land for a while until things get better. I have an appointment with a specialist this week, and hopefully something can be done.
 
Until next time...CHEERS!
 
 
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33 comments:

  1. I love your photos. Good luck with the appointment and hope you feel better soon. Hugs.

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  2. Let the birds, and the squirrels have their way, and sending so much love up north, that things will get sorted, we, too have an appt, this week and finally a referral for Hugh to another surgeon, so as we have our visit, will be thinking of you so much. Hugs, Jean.

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  3. Good luck. You are in my heart and I so hope you find some relief from this manifestation of the dread disease.

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  4. Beautiful capture of the finch and cute squirrel..Good luck with your doc appt and I hope you feel better soon!

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  5. Still very nice captures of the animals. Hope better times are coming so that you can make more of these beautiful pic's.

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  6. Oh Karen I am so sorry the MS is keeping you from doing what you LOVE to do. I hope the doctor can figure something out to help you. I am sending you hugs lots of hugs. These are great photos. You know your squirrel does not look like he is dieting:):) Take care.HUGS B

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  7. Your house finch is very handsome, Karen! You must be a "bird whisperer." I'd love to know how you get so close to the birds at your feeder.

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  8. lovely pics!! great detail and lots of character captured as always!

    hang in there, let the Ms run its course and you will be back on top again soon *hugggggggggs*

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  9. Hope your eyesight sorts itself out. These are exquisite shots.

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  10. Lovely shots! Hope you feel better soon!

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  11. i'm sorry, karen. prayers sent to you that the specialist can help. loved these sweet photos. :)

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  12. Two beautiful portraits Karen. I hope you get some help, and feel better soon.

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  13. My thoughts and hopes are with you, Karen, and I do hope all goes well. I do so admire your courage!! And, of course, I love your pics as always and so does my squirrel friends who are peeking in the window in front of my desk. Sending you a big hug.

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  14. Take care, Karen, and be well!

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  15. I'm very sorry to hear about your MS upsetting life again. I hope you get some answers at the doctor and will be feeling better soon. Your photos are beautiful. Blessings. Pam

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  16. Love your pics as usual! Sending good thoughts your way, Karen!

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  17. Take care Karen - hope the MonSter will leave you alone so you can get better again

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  18. Dear Karen, thank you for those beautiful photos... a real delight.

    My warmest good wishes that your appointment will open the door to good management of your health problems xx

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  19. Oh Karen, I'm soooo sorry. Please take care of yourself.

    beautiful images.

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  20. Karen, I am so sorry about your MS. Hopefully this new specialist can find something to help you.

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  21. Gorgeous shots of the finch and squirrel. Hope you feel better soon.

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  22. Lovely picture. I hope you find some resolution with your new team.

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  23. Hope you get some luck with the MS specialist. My aunt has it too, you have my sympathy.............

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  24. These are lovely photos. I hope the specialist can help you- prayers sent.

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  25. Oh no and your eyes...sending hugs and hoping for something to help.. Damn disease...Michelle

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  26. Sending good thoughts your way. Thank you for leaving us with these sweet pictures, until you get better again. (Glad you live where you can see a good specialist.)

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  27. ohhhh karen, i am so sad to read this!!! i will pray for you, in my own way....sending you warm wishes and a big hug from the jersey shore!!

    the images are beautiful!!!

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  28. These shots are fantastic!
    All my best wishes for your health!!

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  29. Wonderful crisp picture - I love the snow and the black fence.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  30. That squirrel is just so gorgeous. Your photography continues to bring much joy - thank you so much for sharing in the midst of your health issues. Praying for a good result from your appointment. Blessings.

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