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Oh no - you must think I have been ignorinig you - I wrote the message below on 17th March and have only just realised I posted it on my own profile page .
Anyway how are things? Are you at home yet?
We had a lovely weekend away plenty of cycling and walking and even a bit of culture thrown in and a couple of very nice meals at the hotel.
I have been on a morel hunt for a fortnight now and come up with absolutely nothing, even in my 5 previous find locations - its not so fun anyway without you to spur me on - no sense of competition even if you usually win .
Take care and see you around soon x
Ah ha, good to hear from you again.
I have been following you in a non stalking way on your blog - never fear and sent you a quick email a few weeks back, did you get it?
We are fine, plodding along quite nicely. We have a weekend away in the Veuwe NP in a few planned courtesy of the girls, a lovely and unexpected Christmas present. So fingers crossed for fine weather and I remeber how to use the brakeless white bike's
The weather isn't so bril and and my wanders have produced little of interest. Amamita's have been replaced by earthstars being my second favourite fungi, as I have been finding some lovely new Ssp to me but it is going to take a lot to knock Stropharia's of top spot .
Take care and my thoughts are with you, x
How are thing's? There have been no recent updates on your blog so I hope it is a case of no news is good news?
You have had a few interesting fungi finds lately, I have been out recently but apart from the earpick fungus which I was delighted about I have found nothing of late, the thought of finding wildflowers thrills me. I am fed up with winter . At least it is getting light at 8.05am now instead of 8.45am, it's enough to cheer ones soul .
I decided to add a fungi page to the website last week, not on the written pages about the garden or the blog but just in the gallery. I am pleased with the result but found it hard to narrow the thousands of piccies down to a few hundred .
Take care x
Doh, what a bummer, you had come so far with fewer side effects than expected and now this. Keep positive, it could be the stress of family accidents, extended time in spain and Christmas on top of everything else. While it was still all in the planning and working through it all you had no time to suffer - it must all take it's tol.
Has your oncologist given you no thoughts on what could happen after the final chemo treatment? Being in limbo about that canīt help.
Hope you been managing the odd fungi forray of late (any sign of velvet shank yet) and walking Shaka.
All the best for 2011.
Hi David, how did it all go? I hope you had a great Chritmas and a lovely time with the family. Now, tonight, it will be a noisy affair in Nederland the Dutch are mad about fireworks and they just go on en masse for hours and hours from midnight, the noise and smoke is deafening and blinding. Have a great time what ever you are doing and I wish you all the best for the New Year, keep brave, strong and healthy, big hug xxx
BTW I haven't been able to see the last 2 piccies on your blog since the entries went on, at first I thought it was just you being busy with the construction.
I'm not a great one for on-line 'interpersonal contact', as they say, but I've been following your problems and really appreciate what you're going through. I think you've got the right attitude - positive, don't let it get you down -and so you'll pull through this. It's not easy but you've got the power! This is where we need the Vera Lynn: "Keep smiling through .... "!
... and, of course, hope you have a good holiday!
What a time of it you and your family have had recently. It hardly goes without saying I hope your nephew isn't too badly hurt and your brother does manage to get to you at sometime in the not too distant future. What a time for your daughters heating to go - she is lucky tho have parents to go to for the big day.
Back to you - amazing what a bit of fresh air can do and how it can cheer things up, you would be crawling the walls if you had to stay in. Was it expected this chemo session would be a toughie? Do take care though, and don't over do it, you want to be able to pig out on Christmas day! Give my best to G, I expect she is in need of a hug too.
So then, have you had a chance to rest or was it straight into another bout with Goliath?
How are you? I am glad you enjoyed your break in the end once everything fell into place, there are some lovely images on the blog.
I haven't been out-out for about 11 days what with ice or Christmas shopping or baking, Sunday I did have a chance but it was so grey and miserable I just couldn't be bothered.
I had an unexpected invitation for a New Years reception in the woods for Natuurmonumenten volunteers! I have accepted,albeit rather nervously, I try to avoid people situations at all costs but I will have something in common and won't (hopefully ) think me an odd ball. It will be nice to meet some of the people I work in conjuction with or had dealings with on the net.
Take care x
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