Touch of Autumn

Well, here she is – all 20-inch-seat of her!  Isn't she just beautiful?!!  We call her "Chairy"…short for "Chariot" and "Cherry" – because she is such a sweet ride!


I can sit in it for short periods of time.  Yesterday Doug sat me right next to Isaac's recliner, and after I had been there for a few minutes, Isaac t-u-r-n-e-d his head to his left and loooooooked at me…as if to say "I thought I heard you over there!"  Isaac very rarely turns his head to the left, so when he does, it's for a good reason. 🙂

Today, I was able to trim and peel carrots:


This is how far I got:


Not a marathon peeling session, but a little bit is better than nothing.  I was desperately trying to get those last 9 carrots done, but the pain was just too much.  No need to prolong the healing time for something like carrots! 🙂

I had planned to get to my chiropractor today, but we forgot he closes at 11 a.m. on Thursdays.  So I will call tomorrow for an appointment.  He is always able to take me in right away.  I will be glad to get everything aligned, so that the healing can continue in a better way.

Isaac is really enjoyed having Doug home during the daylight hours.  Doug is enjoying working at night.  I am just happy that they are both happy. 🙂

My mom brought me this gorgeous sunflower last week!  The colors are just amazing for a silk flower.


I have it tucked in between the dresser and the nightstand, so I can see it all the time.  Since the temperatures here are still in the 90's, and I can't get outside anyway, it's the only little touch of autumn I'm experiencing right now. :)  I know cooler days are ahead.  I just have to be patient.

Thanks for your encouraging comments and for your prayers.  I know God is working miracles all around me.  I can't see all that He is doing, but I know He is faithfully fulfilling the work that He has started in me.

Wishing you blessings this day,


4 thoughts on “Touch of Autumn

  1. YAY for your new “friend”! Double WOOHOO for pealing carrots. Good job in knowing when to stop. Triple Woot for Isaac turning & looking at you – that is SOOOOO exciting!
    Hang in there girl friend!!


  2. Slowly but surly. God is healing as we are all praying for you. Glad you got a sweet ride! When I had my broken leg and was not allowed to stand on it I used my computer chair. Amazing what you can do from a sitting position. Hugs and prayers as you heal.


  3. I can relate to the wheelchair thing! Here’s something that might make you laugh–I tell strangers all the time that I have a lot of people that “push me around.” Think about it….lol. They always give me the strangest look of horror when I say that! I love it! 🙂 I also get teased b/c my wheelchair is a pediatric one–33 years old. Oh well.


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