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Bee & Grevillea

a bee drinking from a grevillea flower

a bee drinking from a grevillea flower (Nokia Lumia 520 windows phone)

My right foot is recovering remarkably well after my stumble from a small step on Monday morning – it is various shades of green, blue and purple and my second toe now touches the floor. Though I didn’t get any writing done yesterday (I had a battle to stay awake), I did get a good session in the day before. I’m busy the next few hours but I hope to get some more words moved into the revised section later. I’m feeling confident in my story again. Wonder how long that will last!

Have a good day. 🙂


8 thoughts on “Bee & Grevillea

  1. sue says:

    So glad your foot is healing. You won’t do that again will you, next time you could break a toe. Isn’t amazing how bruises have so many colours. Still rest it as much as possible.

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    • Hi Sue, I’m not even limping now, turned out not that bad after all. I think my toes only swelled up from the way I strapped my foot. Gave me a fright though, I have to remember I’m getting older now.

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    • Hi Barbara, good luck with yours – is this the memoirs? or are you doing another children’s story? I’ve forgotten! Lily’s Wish is a hard act to follow. That book is gorgeous. 🙂

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      • 😀 Thanks for the compliment, Christine. No, I’m still working on ‘Angels Behind the Scenes.’ I think I’ve finished, and then go back and find more that I want to change. I don’t think I’m ever totally satisfied!


    • Me too, Claudette. I’m going to be wearing my pendants for the first time in a few weeks when I go on holidays – not both at once. I’ll post photos. Thanks for dropping by.

      (For those of you who don’t know, Claudette makes one-of-a-kind jewellery, and no, I don’t get a cut.) 🙂

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