"Once we clearly acknowledge the soul, we can learn to hear it's cries. - Dallas Willard, Renovation Of The Heart."

It takes courage to pursue our dreams. It takes time and patience to unearth buried treasure. But I believe with all my heart that we must do both.


this is

our little home away from home, not too bad. i have already tried to rearrange the furniture, but it's really too small to do much...but the week is not over.

we have had two trips to emergency/urgent care places since friday. Greg was stung by a wasp (he is very allergic to bee stings and ant bites) on friday evening.  at first he was okay then he became very flushed and feeling faint. so away we flew...on the way he was getting worse so i stopped at a firehouse.  they began an iv and transported him to the hospital.  he is doing fine.

yesterday morning i woke up with a bladder infection.  i am on meds and feeling better.

i'll take a few more photos of the house when we stop by today to check on progress.

of course we had to bring art supplies for the week!

 snapping photos with my iPad


Bren said...

This is a nice little spot, but there's no place like home! glad to hear that everyone is doing alright now, talk about excitement!

jgr said...

WOW! I'm so glad you're both going to be OK. Your place is cute, too.

Jennifer Richardson said...

thankful for the medical arts
and that you've been given
sweet shelter:)
very much love,

Kathy, PaperPumpkin said...

Hope you both can rest up and relax in your new temporary digs, Mary. Whew, you have had a lot to deal with lately! Take care...and have lots of fun with your art supplies!

rachel awes said...

hoping you are now sheltered
from any more harm! lovexox

Kim Mailhot said...

Glad you are making the most of your temporary digs.
Enough emergency excitment though, okay ???!!!
So glad you are both on the mend.
Hugs !