Chronic Grace

Finding the Grace in a Life With Chronic Illness

8 thoughts on “Welcome May…Farewell April (And Why is it Snowing on May First?) 

  1. cheryl says:

    So lovely and you always have such nice tones that blend beautifully…No snow here but lots of rain…I hope May is warmer and gentler to us…

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    1. Thanks for the lovely compliment…May has suddenly turned kind, 65 and sunny! Hoping for some blossoms any day now. #blossomwatch2017


  2. so, so pretty, I feel I am falling far behind in Still Life, but soon I hope to get back into it, it’s been so long

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    1. Looking forward to seeing your photos, then, when you feel like ding some shooting again!

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      1. more a case of devoting a chunk of time…….balancing too many spinning plates during April, something had to drop, and it was still life this time…..but soon, very soon I will be back on track


      2. Looking forward to it! 🙂

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  3. Lisa Gordon says:

    Truly so lovely, Barbara!


    1. Thanks so much Lisa 🙂


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