Little Big Things Thursday

 I chased bumblebees around the crepe myrtle this morning


while he soaked up some vitamin D
(doctor's orders)

Thank you so much to everyone who has sent
encouraging emails or comments
about Mark- he is doing so much better than
expected so far.

Little Things Thursday









55 comments:

  1. glad to hear that!!! and your crape myrtles are lovely, too!

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  2. My very favorite color of crepe myrtle. Praying that Mark continues to improve every day. God bless you both. xoxo

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  3. Fresh air and a good does of sun. Sounds like a good deal. Your flowering shrub is so beautiful.I can't seem to get photos of the butterflies this year. I must be doing something wrong to scare them away.

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  4. yet one more thing my hubby did... lots of sunshine.. it really does have healing properties. we spend a lot of time outside in the sun and i think it has kept us healthier than most. Your title made me think of my one of my favorite country bands. Little Big Town. we love them. glad all is well in your neck of the sunny woods. when i say lots of time outside, i mean 5 times a day 5 minutes at a time during this HEAT we are having..

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  5. Hey! I'm taking 6000 iu of vit d-3 daily and feel much better! Some docs suggest that - some just say you look a little low and get some sun. But consider supplements - really help I find.


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  6. So glad to hear!

    Chasing bumble bees is a wonderfully relaxing occupation.

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  7. Gorgeous flowers! And glad to hear your husband is healing.

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  8. Sending get well wishes to Mark, sunshine boosts my spirit most days! Those are beautiful blooms:)

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  9. Those are very healthy crepe myrtle blossoms. Mine don't look nearly this good. I think they came close to drowning this year! Glad to see your hubby home and recuperating.

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  10. Lovely shrub, I'm envious. That sun hopefully does wonders.

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  11. Such good news - the sunshine is so healing! Your crepe myrtle is beautiful! xo

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  12. That crepe myrtle is beautiful! Glad to hear your husband is improving.

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  13. I am thankful that things are going well. I will be praying the healing continues! Hugs.

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  14. Lovely crepe myrtle, yes, bees love it. Good to hear he's on the mend.

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  15. Wonderful news that Mark is doing so well and seeing him soaking up his vitamins is welcome. Keep healing big fellow.

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  16. The flowers are beautiful, and I hope Mark is up and running soon. Take care.

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  17. So glad you have sunshine for your man, down here we had a good frost, minus 2.7 Celsius before it slowly became a little warmer. vitamin D is healing, in sunshine and cream, and Bio oil for a scar is a wonderful help. I am so glad progress is happening, hugs to you both as every day will encourage health to improve.

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  18. WONDERFUL news about Mark. Love the crepe myrtle too.
    How are you doing? Hugs.

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  19. Lovely Myrtle!!
    Yours is much farther ahead of mine!!!

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  20. Glad to read that Mark is doing better than expected! How I wish crepe myrtle would grow around here, yours is gorgeous. =)

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  21. Those bumblebees have a major source of pollen, Beautiful.

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  22. So nice to see your husband enjoying the sun. Crepe myrtle is so beautiful. Have a good weekend.

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  23. Good update about Mark. Such a pretty picture.

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  24. Nice to see hubby out in the yard and nature is the best cure... Happy that he is doing well...Michelle

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  25. Holy cow, that Crepe myrtle has some beautiful flowers! Prayers and hugs for your husband.

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  26. I missed your last post but am thankful your dear hubby is doing so well! I'll remember him in my prayers tonight that God will continue restoring him to good health. Lovely, lovely crepe myrtle!
    Blessings, Aimee

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  27. Glad t hear of thegood report on Mark.. Lovely first shot

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  28. Soaking it up the natural way is so much better than having to supplement, which can drive your magnesium into the dirt, unless you replace it. Enjoy it, Mark!

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  29. Great news, so glad to hear your Mark is doing better! Love the crepe myrtle capture! Have a happy weekend!

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  30. Glad your hubby is out and feeling much better. God is good. Nice flowers.

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  31. So happy to hear that your Husband is healing quickly! I think he has the right idea sitting outside and soaking up what Mother Nature has to offer! Your Crepe Myrtle are beautiful... all the rain we have had and the Japanese beetles have slowed ours down.

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  32. Now those are some doctor's orders that are nice to follow!

    Love the crepe...absolutely gorgeous!

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  33. awesome news, resting in the sun, it's good for the soul!!! and i'm glad you are "keeping busy"!!!!

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  34. Terri, the blueberries still frozen are great snack to have. You both will have to give it a try, prices are low right now!

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  35. So happy for Mark's recovery. Chasing bumble bees....not my idea of a fun time, but the crepe myrtle is lovely.

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  36. Wonderful news! Beautiful blooms!

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  37. Following doctor's orders and soaking up some sunshine and vitamins will help heal....right? I'm happy to read there is improvement.

    Lovely crepe myrtle...ours are just about done blooming already.

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  38. I need some Doctors' orders like that! lol

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  39. That's great news about your hubby Terri. I wish him a speedy recovery. Your crepe myrtles are gorgeous!

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  40. So glad things are going good!

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  41. Sun is good, indeed.

    Thank you so very much for coming in my sister's birthday.
    God Bless you and yours.
    Greetings from Portugal

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  42. Glad to hear your hubby is better! Lovely pictures :-)

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  43. I'm so sorry you have health issues. We meet with the radiation oncologist Monday. All the best.

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  44. have a wonderful Sunday,
    Bshell

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  45. Oooh, that crepe myrtle! So lush and gorgeous! Glad your husband is doing better.

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  46. Good to know things are looking brighter!

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  47. I love crepe myrtle! My kids love to pop the little green pods to make the flowers burst!

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  48. Thanks so much for stopping by Nanaland. It sounds as if you and I like a lot of the same things!!I am the genealogist for the family as well!!

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  49. Oh yeah! Soaking up those rays. Love this summer weather!

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  50. I know about chasing bees, and I have more or less given up the pursuit. :)

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  51. Our crape myrtles were slow in blooming this year. It's finally getting hot enough for them. I didn't know your husband was sick. So sorry to hear that. Hope he is completely healed very soon. Those are the kind of doctor's orders I can get behind. I love to be out in the sunshine!

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  52. Thank you for showing this beautiful flowering tree.!
    Wil, ABCW Team.

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  53. I bet that sun felt good - did you get to join him? :)

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  54. beautiful weather indeed...love the photos of the flower and the sunbathing :)

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