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Sunday's Story

Today's been a happy day
my girl is a little
we had lunch out,
we've all been in a bit of a haze 
for the last couple of weeks ....
mists are clearing now though, 
she'll be coming home from hospital for good soon.

Thanks for all your well wishes.

Sending to 
Postcards from Paradise


rebecca said…
oh sue...that last photograph of your beautiful daughter completely gets me like an arrow to the heart.

you are a devoted mother with a kind cherishing heart. i am so glad you have each other.

and that you have us, and that we have you!
turquoise cro said…
YOU and YOURS will be in my prayers Sue!!!SOOOooooOOOO good to hear from YOU and just in time before Gina comes to get her computer!! Take care, sending LOVE and prayers!
Miss Robyn said…
what a divine day for you. Your daughter is beautiful. you are in my heart xo
Your daughter is beautiful and I'm glad she is healing and able to go out with mom. It doesn't matter how old our kids get, they are our babies we are born to protect as long as we can.
Stephanie said…
Good news...your photographs tell it all. Sue, that last photo takes my breath away.
Charlotte said…
I love this post Mummy, I know it's not all about me but this one was....:) xxx
Noelle Renee said…
I am so glad that you had a good day. It is really one day at a time isn't it. I want to affirm that things will be well for both of you, that your daughter will be whole again, that she will find the resources within herself to move forward with her life, to work and to have a life of her own and a relationship. I believe that will happen. I offer you both love, energy and healing light.
Noelle x
deb did it said…
awesome photos thru the misty glass....hoping life is settling down for all of you....LOVE is family, Family is love

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