Monday, December 14, 2009


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The storm of the last few days is over.
By the storm, I mean the one involving Teri.
I`m the titular head of her medical team, so she`s under the best of care.
She will be just fine.
Thank you for all your wishes.
I compiled all of them from different blogs & presented them to her.
She was most impressed &very very pleased.
She read every single one of them numbering almost four dozen.
Collectively, it seemed to have helped enormously.
I shall never forget.
The post image is from tonight`s sunset & represents the steps to recovery.
There are more merged images beyond.
On Planet Earth, her crashed car. You do not have to go see, but it`s a testament to her relative good fortune, having not suffered more severe injuries.


AndiF said...

I'm so glad she's home and has you in charge of patting and fluffing (as my m-i-l would say). Good thoughts of a quick recovery emanating from Indiana to California (and a lot of other points, I'm sure).

The pictures of the car were terrifying so it was good to have them offset by something as beautiful and healing as TERI`S STORM flat.

Beth said...

Thank you for the good news, 'Head. I'm so glad she's doing better - especially after seeing that car. That's just plain scary. I'm glad you added a sunset to leave me with beauty instead of chills. Please give Teri another hug for me, and that way you get one too.

Ekaterin said...

Oh, it's such good news that Teri is feeling better! Hugs to both of you.

Knucklehead said...

Thank You very much, & yes I do take my position quite seriously.

Knucklehead said...

She refused to believe that that was her car.
She started crying at the sight of it. Not at the loss of the car but that it sacrificed itself to save her. Because of who the car came from, she always felt protected in it.
The sunset was a sign also I think.

Knucklehead said...

How nice of you to come all the way over here to express such nice thoughts.
Thank you.