Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Not As Planned...


Isn’t it funny how everything in life is relative?  Five millimeters in one instance can be tiny and 5 mm in another instance can be huge, really huge.  My husband has a 5 mm kidney stone.  Since the stone is too big to pass on it’s own, he goes in to get it ‘blasted’ today.  We were going to spend spring break in Florida, but that is out of the question right now.  That’s okay.  He will be well soon and that is a better diagnosis than many people will get today.  

Needless to say, I have been busy and haven’t had time to take pictures or be on my computer much. But I wanted to play today at Kim Klassen’s Texture Tuesday, so I searched my archives and found some flowers that remind me of spring, luckily the theme is ‘free and easy’.  My image was textured with the Kim Klassen texture ‘dollard soft and gentle’. 

Thank you for stopping by!!  I can’t wait to see your beautiful creations, they do inspire me, it just may take me longer this week to take a peek over at Texture Tuesday.  

Have a great week!
Michelle

 Kim Klassen Café

13 comments:

  1. Dear Michelle,
    first I hope your husband is getting better after blasting the kidney stone. And yes, 5mm could be a lot in this case. It doesnt matter that you had no time to take pictures for TT. This flower pic is wonderful for spring and as you know I love this combination of colors yellow and soft blue. It is so refreshing...! Are these chrysanthemums? I love this flowers because they are very thankful in garden and in vases. Unfortunately snales love them too.
    Best greetings for you husband, and have a wonderful week!!!
    Your Brigitte

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  2. Sorry to hear about the kidney stone. I hear they are not fun at all. Hope all goes well and your photo is beautiful!

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  3. A kidney stone can be so painful, hope your husband is doing well now. Glad you found some time to play, love your edit!

    PS. I used the same texture for todays texture tuesday :)

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  4. You are right about the diagnosis being better than some will get today. Hope it all goes smooth, and painless. I LOVE your spring flowers and the soft yellow shaded centers! Have a lovely week!

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  5. Good luck to your husband! And I love your little white flowers. So spring-like.

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  6. Beautiful photo and great post! So true, your husband will be fine again, unlike some others.

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  7. Beautiful image! Sorry to hear about your husbands kidney stone, so painful - i hope he feels better soon.

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  8. Beautiful image. And,you are so right about 5mm being relative to the situation.But, your 5mm in your phot gives it great depth of field for the image.

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  9. Such a beautiful photo ! I hope your husband's procedure went well .

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  10. Absolutely gorgeous image! Hope all goes well for your husband.

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  11. Lovely capture of these pretty flowers, Michelle !
    Sorry to hear about your husband, hope he's feeling better soon ...
    Nice week,
    Sylvia

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  12. I really hope your husband's recovery is speedy...I admire your outlook though! Beautiful picture :)

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  13. Praying for a successful outcome to your hubby's situation. Lovely spring flowers Michelle! xo

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