Photography: From the Bed

Since I can’t get outside, and I definitely can’t get on the bike (it was declared totaled …sadness!), I’ve been shooting from the bed.  I’ve received so many beautiful flowers and they’ve brightened up the room and my spirits!

Thanks for all the lovely messages of encouragement and support.  Now that I am able to use the camera and the computer at intervals, I am anxious to visit your blogs!

You’ll be seeing my comments on your posts – SOON!!

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38 thoughts on “Photography: From the Bed

  1. I am so happy to see that you’re on the road to recovery, but sad to hear that the bike wasn’t so lucky. 😦 Get well soon!

  2. Beautiful job on the flower photos and I’m so glad to see you are feeling well enough to post again. We missed you LB 😀 Instead of saying the bike was totaled you should say “you should see the other guy”, LOL. Sorry to hear about the bike though 😦

  3. great light in the photo…the roses are a beautiful color! Sad to hear about your bike…something to think about on another day! Good to see you taking photos and posting…that means your are feeling a tiny bit better…be well, but don’t rush it! 😉

    • Being able to use the camera, and even more, to not have the computer editing cause headaches / nausea has made me feel like i’m making positive strides for sure.

  4. Keep on the mend. Is there anything you can do to preoccupy your time when your getting better. A new software to learn, a language to brush up on, a puzzle to complete or book that must be read? I hope you have all that you need to preoccupy your time. Keep well and stay positive.

    • It’s funny that you mention this. My friends and I were saying that recovery from head injury means you have to stay away from all those things that bedrest would allow you to do. As the symptoms decrease, I hope to be able to read, watch movies, and of course write than you notes!

  5. “The soul would have no rainbows, had the eyes no tears.” John Vance Cheney

    I’m sure sorry to hear about your beloved bike Laurie. I know that must have bummed you out. Your roses look like they are warming your whole room bathed in beautiful light. I’m really glad you were able to catch them in all their glory. They are beautiful, just like your spirit and joy for friends and life. Thinking of you x Kelly.

    • Thanks! The equilibrium is still off and the fatigue is still present, but I’m really healing well!! Oral surgery on Monday ,,, need to not be a weinie! 🙂

  6. I’m behind on my reading, and sense of missed a bit of bad news.

    The flowers are stunning. Just sorry to hear your are taking pictures from bed. Sorry to hear about your bike as well, as I know it means the world to you.

    Going back now to see what I missed.


  7. Agree with comments above: the fact that you’re taking photos and typing again are great signs for your extended e-family who can’t visit you while you’re recovering. I continue to send love aaaaalllll the way across the continent to you.

  8. Those are stunning photos! I am so sorry to hear about your accident and hope you will recover soon. I’m sure you will with the wonderful attitude you have about life, and being able to appreciate the beauty around you–even from bed!

    All the best to you, Deborah

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