Monday, 28 March 2011

FRESH AIR, THE BEST CURE.......

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"Ewe looking at me?"

Frosted Hare


"A good laugh and a long sleep are the best cures in the doctors book" ~ Irish Proverb


Feeling a whole lot better today but delayed my trip up North to Aberfeldy and will go tomorrow. Today was spent out in the fresh air, first on my walk and then in the garden. Will be back at the easel on Wednesday :))


Thanks for looking and hope your all having a sniffle free day.

8 comments:

Gail H. Ragsdale said...

Glad you are feeling better! I know a walk used to refresh my spirit and mind greatly, miss being able to do so.

Been busy with taxes, just posting archival pieces and photos.

Elizabeth McCrindle said...

Has zapped my strength a little Gail, tired after my trip today. I sympathise about the taxes, I'm busy getting things ready for my accountant!

Karen M Schmidt said...

Hi Elizabeth, just checking in and glad to find such beautiful photos (as usual)! I especially LOVE "Ewe Looking at Me?" and "Into the Light" from yesterday. Sorry to hear about your flu; glad you're on the mend. Yep, I'm trying to get things together for our accountant as well ... and busy with some much needed (and too much procrastinated) spring cleaning. Looking forward to your new works!

Lynda Schumacher said...

Love your photos, Elizabeth -- and glad you are beginning to feel better. So true what you said previously, that our lives are so fragile really. I suspect this knowledge lends itself to appreciating the little, simple things -- like morning walks. : )

Elizabeth McCrindle said...

Karen I'm glad your enjoying the photos and thank you so much for reminding me about Spring cleaning lol....I shall off course spring clean the garden first :)

Elizabeth McCrindle said...

Hi Lynda yep feeling much better was at Aberfeldy yesterday. The air gets fresher the further North you travel. Think I might have to move for medicinal reasons :)

Susan said...

Beautiful spring photographs, Elizabeth - they are a joy to look at. And I am glad to hear you are on the mend!

Elizabeth McCrindle said...

Thanks Susan I'm really starting to feel more like myself now....the foggy mist is disappearing :)