Saturday, September 17, 2011

All about the hair

Oh a lighter note! My hair is getting really long now - well shoulder length! I look at the pictures of egypt and I am SO grateful that it has come back - I feel like a new recycled me! Leo has got into the habit of calling me "Mother" and not "Mom" - it is quite amusing! I have decided that I will go for the scan only once per year as I feel that it is not necessary every 6 months - unless of course I don't feel well. So far so good though!
Nite nite
d:)
PS Could someone post a comment! It is getting rather quiet here!!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

If you're well, then your life is uneventful and consequently people won't comment/ So it's a good thing. By the way where was this picture in the banner taken. Corzaire

Deirdre Kohler said...

Yes I suppose no news is good news! The picture was taken at St Paul's - an abandoned chapel in Port Elizabeth (Now known as Nelson Mandela Bay) It is the most stunning site but has been left to vagrants and is really a mess... I also had my wedding pics taken there. I liked the symbolism with this picture.

Scott said...

Hi Deirdre-

Just wanted to say hello. I check your blog from time to time, and I'm a brain tumor patient, too. I've recently wanted to connect with others who are going through the same thing as me. So here I am. I live in Indiana, in the States, so without the internet and your blog, we would never connect. Now that you somewhat know me, I'll try to comment more when I stop by. Wishing you good health.

Scott

Deirdre Kohler said...

Great to hear from you Scott!! So nice to know that there are people "out there" Would love to get in touch
d:)

Anonymous said...

Port Elizabeth, interesting. Is this where you live ? I traveled through SA a couple of years ago and had initially thought about visiting Port Elizabeth but then decided to skip it and head to Mooi River to go hiking in the Drakensberg Mtns instead. That was a truly magical experience. But I sat beside a woman from P.E. in the bus coming down from Windhoek and she told me lots about the town. Almost felt like I had been there... By the way, what is the symbolism in this picture you like ? The inevitable demise of religion ? Corzaire
PS I live in New Orleans.

Deirdre Kohler said...

Yes I live in Port Elizabeth...You do make me laugh!
I don't believe in doctrine, but I do believe in God. So for me the site lost the "constraints" / walls of doctrine yet was beautiful and very mystical. The light, the view, the angles, the grasses, the reverence and the old stone is truly beautiful!

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