365 Days 2023, Numbah Nineteen

And again, I am so far behind! I got some sort of a non-Covid virus after dealing with 2 days of ʻōpū flu/throwing up along with another infection and really got behind. I’m still coughing but my doctor’s not too concerned about it. I “just” have to ride it out. The cough is definitely getting better, but it’s taking it’s own sweet time about it. I really was feeling junk.

March 26th

Snowy hills in Washington State.
Old barn on SE Bohna Park Road.
Daily hummingbird; he looks wingless.

March 27th

Frosty glass panes and a valley view. It was cold this morning!
Blooming daffies at the gym.
Daily hummingbird.
Crow outside my chiropractor’s office.
He looks like is in a parade!
Another tangled yarn da kine I have to deal with. Arghhhhhh….

March 28th

Daily hummingbird.
Comcast guys working on our connection.

March 29th

Daily hummingbird.

I took a bunch of fog photos to show how fast things change. These next photos are about five minutes apart. I love watching the way the fog swirls, clears, and then comes back again.

I tamed the tangle! Ha!
The Gathering met out in Beavercreek today.
Beautiful clouds and snowy hills as I left The Gathering today.

March 30th

Daily hummingbird.
Food deliveries.
Daffodils along our driveway. I love them so much!
I love these tiny ones!
Pansies at the nursery where I deliver food.

March 31st

Daily hummingbird.
Keola cuddling with me.
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4 Responses to 365 Days 2023, Numbah Nineteen

  1. Lady Tie Di says:

    Well, I’m so sorry you felt like junk! No fun!!!! But maybe it was a way of saying “slow down”… You seem to have a lot going on, with your friend’s passing, delivering, knitting, etc. All good things but…. but what a way slow down- no thanks! oxoxoo I LOVE the picture of the barn! I, too, love to watch the fog roll in and out and around here along the coast. Feel better soon! oxoxo

    • Mokihana says:

      You could be right… I have had a lot going on, and slowing down was good for me for sure. I’m glad you like the barn photo…I hope it stays standing for a long time yet.

  2. AFK says:

    I’m sorry you’ve been under the weather. I’m glad Keola was keeping you company. I know you’ll untangle not feeling good the same way you untangled your yarn. Sending lots of aloha your way, sistah.

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