Tuesday, August 27, 2013


These zinnias are growing in a couple of pots out on the back porch. Which makes them easy to get to and cut. Bep cut the flowers and Mimi and I poked them into the flower vase.  My SIL, Bep,  has come up from Jackson, Ms and has been doing all my chores and running for me. Nice to have one so willing to drive up for a visit and help. This has also given Prince and Puppy a break as they were the ones I called on before she arrived.  Usually when she comes, since she has retired from teaching, I have little mini vacations while she takes charge of Mimi duty and the house whole chores. It has been very nice to have someone to take up the slack while I am down and out.
I plan to be up and running in a few days. Cannot keep a good Kat down.  The first injection has made almost all the intolerable pain go away. No I am not pain free but alas it is bearable. The doc has ordered two more injections and the next one will be after a 2 week period from the first one. 
The Kitty Justice is the thought of getting better is as cheerful as the flowers that greet me in the kitchen.  


Nicholas Temple said...

Right! Can't keep Kat down! Blessings my dear friend.

Small City Scenes said...

Well flowers should cheer you up and the fact that you have someone to help out make one cheerier sooner. I hope the injections work magic on you and it is true you can't keep a good Kat down. My thoughts are with you . Peace to you too. MB

mississippi artist said...

Zinnias are my favorite summer flower! So cheerful. Glad you have some help and some relief from pain!

Changes in the wind said...

glad yo hear the good news:)

Lady Di Tn said...

It is so good to have you to visit. Thanks for the blessings. Peace.

Yes they do and especially colorful ones. So far no really bad pain just some numbness from the injection. Hope it is not long lasting. But I must admit numb is better than pain. Peace and Thank you for your thoughts.

Yes they are also mine because they remind me of my Grandpa and Mother. Here is to more small baby steps on my back. Peace

Thank you and Peace

Lee said...

What beautiful colours those zinnias are...they alone must help you feel a lot better. :)

Take good care.

Lady Di Tn said...

You speak the truth. These are new seeds I picked up early in the spring but since my Zinnia bed came back with loads of volunteers, I just planted the seeds in two pots on the top porch. Easier to get to anyway. Peace