Shades of Gray (part 4) and Tiny Feet

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Mari said...

Aaaagh to carpal tunnel! Glad they have a flesh colored brace now. I had to wear the black one.
That hair is amazing! I wish I had 1/4 of that.
Congrats on the new baby in your family. Such cute little feet.

Juli said...


Your beginning post sounds similar to the one I have in progress right now. I will wait to publish it until Monday mainly because it's LONG and I have a follow up tomorrow so I maybe able to add some details. I will tell you though that my carpal tunnel they believe may be the early onset of RA, although she is offering up needle therapy to get me some relief. Honestly I'd prefer acupuncture over surgery. You are so brave for opting for it on the right hand... I don't know if I can wrap my head around that for myself yet.

Betsy Brock said...

What sweet little toes! Aw.

Hope all your procedures go well and you're back to good health!

Chatty Crone said...

Okay I am totally with you on the old body - I wouldn't even leave it to medical science it looks so marked u p!

Seriously I hope and pray that all your issues will turn out well.

That women's hair is pretty.

The baby's feet is cute!

Andrea said...

That hair!!!!! I saw two women at the grocery store last week and they each had such beautiful gray hair. I had almost worked up the courage to tell them (as I thought of you), but then chickened out. (I think I could've approached one person, but two seemed crazy)

Tiny toes!

Good luck at all of your appointments!

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Rita said...

Barely noticeable.
I sure know the new baby thing right now, too. ;)
I hope all your surgeries and doctor visits go well. I wonder if I will make it as long as my parents, too. (My dad will be 94 in November.)
Have a really good week!!

Marie said...

I'm so sorry your having trouble with your wrist. My dad has the same problem, but he hasn't had the surgery yet. I have way too many health issues for my age, but I just try to stay positive and know that it could always be worse.

We love Cary! I can see why your sister loves it!
Enjoy your weekend!

Lynn Proctor said...

Oh wow mare! Sorry about your hand and eyes and everything! Beautuful niece- congrats!

Rebecca Jo said...

Look at that sweet baby's toes... love it.

That hair... wow... that's gotta be hot.

Empty Nest Insider said...

Sorry about your carpal tunnel, as well as your moles and growths. You are wise to see a dermatologist regularly, and I hope you'll have a speedy recovery. I've also had all kinds of things pop up, and have gone to a mohs surgeon. I like how you're "giving up the bottle." I think you'll look great with silver hair!


Cathy said...

I love your posts. They go all over the place and that is just plain fun!! Hope the carpal will clear up without added surgery.