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Haiku my Heart #50

Had no idea!
I heard it on the grapevine!
be well, Rebecca
I have been away from Bloglandia, 
 had a nasty accident whilst walking my boys (dogs), fractured my ankle 
and whisked away by helicopter to hospital, so I didn't
know of Rebecca's pain. I take heart though that the
'circle of friends' are there for her
and me too!

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Hettienne said…
It sounds like you have been through a bumpy patch yourself!! Wishing you full recovery soon! I created a vigil for Rebecca on my blog earlier in the week. If you would like to join, please go here
priti.lisa said…
Sounds like a terrible ordeal.
The haiku, and the dreamy pictures
are just so perfect. I am clapping my hands...can you hear?
And wishing you mended.
somepinkflowers said…
~~whisked away by helicopter~~

oh my...

hope you are healing strong:
do*not be alarmed
if the fractured ankle
heals A Bit larger
than your Other One.

mine did;
these things happen.

{{ no one seems
to notice
but maybe
they have just been kind }}

Carol L McKenna said…
Awesome photo ~ healing energy on its way to you namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor)
Spadoman said…
Like you, I have been absent. I just recently heard about Rebecca, now I hear about you. Both of you, take care and be well. It's good to read what you have written about your injury. I hope the healing goes quickly and well for you.

Helen Campbell said…
Oh my, I'm sending you healing energy. Heal quickly and well.
I hope you are feeling much, much better by now. I just got back from walking Mollie and I know she can really give me a good drag sometimes--and you have more than one.
gma said…
Was the helicopter ride fun?
Hope your ankle is mending quickly.
YES I join you in this circle of prayers for rebecca.
rebecca said…
dear one,
i am hardly able to sit up...yet i must try to write to you. oh i am so so sorry to hear of your ordeal. please know that i am holding you in the light and love of healing and renewal.
i will hold you close as we both make our marathon efforts to return to the living.

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