I rang the bell for my last radiation treatment today and they gave me a graduation certificate.
The radiation will continue to work for about 5 more weeks even though I am no longer getting treatment.
The skins peeling good and no longer itching and the new skin looks really good.
I feel like a new person today. Honestly, I was not prepared for all the emotions that would go with this day.
Tonight my husband and I are going out to eat to celebrate.
Tomorrow my sister and I have a day planned we’re going to have a little fun. Next week our daughter Jeanelle and her kids and I will do something fun. Then another day I have a lunch planned with a really close friend of mine.
I am relieved it is over and I pray Cancer never comes back again.
Life is good and I will always fight like a girl.
At our daughter and son in laws house in the pond, there are quite a few bullfrogs.
Jeanelle had told me to try and get close enough to take a picture because they seem to be fairly friendly. I was using my 400mm lens and was able to get this shot.
I call it “Eye of the Frogs” because all you see are the eyes.
Nature is all around us just waiting to be photographed at the perfect moment.
I had read that ducks love watermelon rind so I had been putting some out for the ducks and other wildlife.
The other day I noticed about 4 butterflies on the old rind I am guessing they are drinking the juice.
We have had some watermelons we picked that looked good but they were not very sweet. Instead of just throwing them away we share with the wildlife.
Give it a try and see if you can get a few butterflies feeding on your watermelon.
Often people say things to hurt others and there is no reason for this.
There would be a lot less gossip going on if everyone followed these simple rules.
This week’s Daily Post Photo challenge is the word Surprise.
When I saw this hawk in the tree I tried to get as close as I could to get a good picture. He was in a tala tree on the fence line in the backyard.
It was not until I looked at the pictures that I noticed he was staring down at my bird feeders in the backyard stalking the birds I had just fed.
It is time to change up my routine again so he is not watching me and the birds.
The cedar waxwings are back and they are stealing our mulberries right off the trees.
They have a mask on like a bandit in disguise they are thieves I tell you.
Their diet is 70% fruit so this is why they are happy to see our mulberry trees.
This is the second year in a row that they have come in large groups and eat all day long for a few weeks until they strip the mulberry trees dry of all the fruit. We do not mind sharing the mulberries with the birds we just wish they would not eat them all.
We do not mind sharing the mulberries with the birds we just wish they would not eat them all.
Daisy is mad because she likes to eat the ones off the ground and as you can see they are eating those too.
They are some sleek looking birds that is for sure.