Thursday, July 7, 2016

Catching Up


I've been struggling with what is possibly a reaction
to one of my medications for a couple of months.

The symptoms have gotten more and more serious
over the past couple of weeks and landed me
in the hospital a week and a half ago.

Sadly, we still don't know what medication, if any, is the culprit.
Tomorrow I will go for a test on my heart to clear 
any issues there from causing the tachycardia attacks
I get too frequently right now.

I felt an attack coming on yesterday morning and decided 
to take a new approach to it.
I went outside and took photos of my favorite
Summer flowers.

Then I came in and called Georgia when it didn't get better.
I am so blessed to have an RN next door!!



This is what I see out my kitchen window.  
I love the blues and whites that are so pretty against the green.


It is a bit of a jungle look out there right now
but that is just how I like it!

The grass is growing up between the bricks, the hosta
flowers are at full bloom and bending into the walkway.

Warren power washed the deck and moved a few things off so you
can see them sitting to the side along the brick path.


We'll get the deck put back together at some point.
At least it is clean for the moment.
In a yard full of trees a clean deck is to be appreciated.


A pop of pink is a pleasant addition to this garden area.


The elegance of the white hydrangea which will turn to a 
rust color as the summer progresses.
I love that they look amazing the entire season.



It is crazy hot out there right now but I'm enjoying all of this 
through the kitchen window.

Looking forward to better days ahead....
and answers to this crazy racing heart.


7 comments:

Linda Gross said...

It just seems like it is one thing after another, going on in your life. I pray that you obtain answers.

Carolyn said...

I don't have a blog, but like following yours. Prayers being sent your way.

Melissa Gill said...

I love all your flowers, they are beautiful!
And I hope you get some answers to your health questions and are feeling better soon!

Doris said...

So sorry for your health issues. It can be quite unsettling. Sending up a prayer for you.
Love your flowers. We have nearly all shade at this house which I had very little of at our other home. Still trying to figure out what to plant! Love the blue. We have one hydrangea here....it has not bloomed again this year =(
God Bless you!

Vee said...

Oh I hope that you find out what is causing this difficulty. Surely, there is someone who knows how to work through this issue. Praying for you to feel much better and soon. Yes, every family needs a nurse. "Our" nurse always leaps to the worst possible scenario so sometimes she actually isn't that helpful. Ha!

Your garden looks very cool and refreshing...lovely blues create that sense, I think.

Theresa said...

I hope you get the answers you need to feel better! Love your beautiful flowers and green all around your yard! Have a blessed day dear friend, HUGS!

Gayla said...

Beautiful flowers! I hope you feel better very soon. Stress, honey... you have had some!