I am sorry. The doctor is never very fun.
I like the spider. What a happy life for a spider!But going to endless doctor's appointments. Not happy.
Going to Doctors can consume your life for awhile, then you are free until the next checkup.I hope all is well with you.
I can't stand to be at the doctor. No matter what, I get anxiety. That said, I'm just like you and never cease to be grateful for the gift they have and the gift of medicine too!
I feel like that's the only way I get a day out!
As a retired R.N. I get very annoyed at how much unnecessary medications people are given, particularly in the USA. From living and working there, I saw this first hand. My own husband was on some pretty hard stuff. Now we live back here in Australia and I have weaned him off so much, and have him healthier and taking some natural substitutes. I am not sure of your problems...but please take time to visit my Health Blog on the right side panel of my main Blog. I have many helpful health tips there.
I had to take a second look in order to actually see the spider. Hope your frequent doctor visits will be completed soon.
I hope things are going well. I never would have noticed the spider till you said, I only saw the beauty.
Hope the visits to the doctors bring you GOOD results, Kim... Hugs and Prayers,Betsy
I love lillies; doctors, not so much. Hang in there and keep shooting these wonderful photos!
Hope you are doing well. I love that flower.
Sorry to hear that but like you've said...thank God for modern medicine.
Nice bright colorful flower. Hope this will brighten up your day. Please see my latest post. You may like it and feel better:)
bob and i will do anything to keep from going to the doctor. but like you, am glad we have them to go to. love the yellow flower and glad i can't see the spider.
I hate going to doctors but sometimes it's necessary...wishing you a beautiful fun weekend....
Thank you for an inspirational blog. I am your newest follower from MBC. I hope you will follow me to at www.piecedbrain.com. Enjoy the weekend...
Hey there are spiders not a spider! Kind of like Find Waldo! Now if only you could find the medicine without the doctor. :)Caregivingly Yours, Patrick
I popped over to say a warm THANK YOU for the lovely comment you left for me, and to say WELCOME!.....and so glad I did....I love your observations on life, and your gorgeous photos. My li'l sis has MS, and I am in awe of how she lives her life....I think you may have been made in the same mould....haaaa!
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