Flowers / Poetry / Roses Bloody Normal May 10, 2023 Timothy Price83 Comments It took seven yearsFor white counts to stabilizeI’m bloody normal Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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This is fantastic news. I started reading your blog while you were still in the hospital. Congratulations.
I’m so bloody happy for you! I’d give you a bouquet but you’ve already got such a spectacular one!
Things are bloody blooming, plus I irrigated this afternoon. So more flowers to come. Thanks, Dale.
That’s a bloody good thing. I cannot wait! 🙂
Beautiful images, as always.
Thanks, Susan. It’s nice to have something return to normal.
Woo Hoo! Congrats Timothy & beauteous photos.
Great news! 💐
Wow! Great pictures , Tim.
You are welcome.
Great news and thanks for the beautiful pictures Timothy.
Wow! This is great news! As always, wonderful photographs too, Tim.
These images are nothing short of fabulous. My favourite is the Iris:). Thank you…
You are welcome, Janet.
Congrats on being “normal”! And very nice flower photos.
You’re welcome, Tim.
Now that sounds like fantastic news… … 🙂 Lovely flower images Tim…
We all need more ‘Normality’ in our lives 😉 ❤
That is for sure. Thanks, Sue.
The biggest hugs to you and yours TImothy xxxxxx
Thanks, Shey. How was you trip?
It was great Timothy. Never stopped. and the weather was brill, while ours here is minging.
That’s wonderful to hear. Except for the weather back home.
Yeah, it was nice here the other day. That is prob our summer. I kid you not. Meantime the media here keeps peddling the lies.
There’s no sensationalism, or profit in the boring old truth from their perspective.
Maybe I could sue them for nonuse of suntan cream, I bought tons of . . . .???
Seems like you have a good case. Now out here, sunscreen is a must.
I mena every day here we get told how hot it is how Scotland is going to be like the Sahara all week. Maybe what they mean is the Sahara is totally baltic.
I think they are getting the temps mixed up with you. Unconfabulated they are talking about how hot you are heating up Scotland.
We live in hope… Today wa sanother day of cold temsp/
We actually got so real rain this afternoon. The temps dropped from 78 to 58 in a matter of minutes as the storm blew in. It’s still a cool 62.
That’s a helluva drop so quickly.
Quick change weather out here. Thanks, Shey.
Like yay, again!
You are flowering!
Love this post, Tim! xx
The flowers are beautiful, Tim. I love the dark backgrounds for the flower portraits. Has it been seven years already? I am glad the white cell counts have stabilized. How are your hands doing? I think you mentioned your hands bothered you for a while after the chemo. Your guitar playing is sounding great, so I am assuming they are less painful now?
Thanks, Lavinia. My hands are still bad. Numb fingertips and arthritis. It’s challenging to play the guitar.
I hope things will get better with time so you are not in so much pain, Tim. You sound great in spite of the numbness and arthritis. Your ability to make the best of whatever life throws you, and keep on keeping on, has always been an inspiration.
Buenas noticias, compadre!
Now there’s a ‘normal’ that’s great to hear!
Flowers are also happy to hear! 😉 👍
Hurray! What an achievement! I often think back to those days when you were blogging in really challenging circumstances. Though you must know ‘normal’ would not be the first word that came to mind in describing you. You’ve chosen a fantastic series of pictures to celebrate with.
I’ve never fit any particular normal that’s for sure. Thanks, Susan.
Best news ever. 🌹
I didn’t know you had a problem but I’m happy it’s over, that’s for sure. Congratulations. The flowers are beautiful.
Glad you’re okay. 🙂
I guess it all comes down to how one defines “okay”. As far as surviving the last bought of cancer 7 years ago, I’m okay.
That first amazing photo is of a Japanese Honeysuckle, if I’m not mistaken. Love that.
It is a honeysuckle. Japanese? That I don’t know. Thanks, Dawn.
Congratulations on being bloody normal! You will have to find some other way to be a crazy weirdo 😉
I don’t seem to have any trouble being a crazy weirdo. Being bloody normal is the problem. Thanks, JYP.
Seems you have mastered both delightfully quirky weirdness and bloody normalcy
I be bi-bloody
Trans-normal and quirky-queer
Wow! Spectacular photographs Tim! 😍
Best news ever Tim!!!! 💗
You’re welcome Tim!💞
It took five years for my mom. Beautiful pictures.
Seem like that’s the bloody normal time frame. Thanks, Roberta.
Well doneski! And still producing amazing photos. Gorgeous shots, Sir!
The best news! And gorgeous photos! 💕
Congrats Tim! Takes a lot to get knocked down and make it back – kudos for fighting through. That first flower is pretty cool, like a living koosh ball.
It’s a Honeysuckle. They are interesting flowers. Thanks, Brian.
Sorry I’ve missed so much going on with you, Tim, but so glad it sounds like things have gotten much better. Thinking of you…
I’m plodding along.