I am working on pictures to share from our
holiday. I lost my camera in Roma, on our
last day in Italy.
Rich has pictures on his camera, but I
want mine. I cried, can't replace
I still haven't caught up on my sleep
I'm in bed by 8 PM each night and
tonight is no exception.
Love you sweetie!!! I am so happy you had this holiday, looking forward to hear all about it when you are rested!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
I am so sorry to hear about your camera!!!ReplyDelete
Glad you had a great time and that you'll have the memories forever!
So Sorry about the Camera ~ that really stinks,ReplyDelete
can't wait to sit & read all about the trip.
Oh no Deena! I'm so sorry about your camera. I know I would have cried too. But...at least your hubby has some and you have the photos in your heart and mind that can never be lost.ReplyDelete
Deena ~ Ohhh I cannot wait to see your picturs ~ I just love Europe so very much ~ I lost my camera and every picture I took on our Italy and cruise vacation on our last day too ~ Actually it got stolen at the airport on the way home ~ I was soooo sad so I can totally relate to you !ReplyDelete
Deena sorry to hear you lost your camera but at least you do have Rich's photos. I know they are no replacement for your own but it is better than having none at all.ReplyDelete
rest up and I look forward to hearing about your trip
Maybe someone else wanted all your Wonderful Photos!!! I'm so sorry you lost the camera Ms. Deena, But you still have 'ALL' your Beautiful Memories...ReplyDelete
Rest and then show us ALL...
I'm sorry you lost your camera, Deena--reminds me of the time I was on vacation and lost ours several years ago--the worst thing for me was that I had tons of pictures of my grandchildren on there, the ones I don't get to see much, and, I cried, too--so I can empathize. Thank goodness your hubby has photos--love your music!ReplyDelete
I believe in miracles -- and that God cares about even the little details of our lives. So I am hoping your camera somehow makes it's way home. Can't wait to see them and to hear more about your trip.ReplyDelete
Oh what a shame about your camera, love the pics though! Suzie xReplyDelete
Welcome home Deena! So sorry to hear about your camera :(ReplyDelete
Dear Miss Deena,ReplyDelete
I can't imagine how you feel about your camera... but, I'll pray that it finds its way home to you. There is still room for hope, right?
I'm enjoying your Celtic music right now. Lovely. There is something about that type of music that speaks to my very heart and soul.
You truly deserved your trip to share solitude with your husband and reconnect after what must have seemed like forever. Blessings on your time together and you both as individuals. I know that when we are married and travel the dark road of cancer, our spouses suffer their own agony and fears, though they may never be expressed. You're husband is such a treasure to have done such a wonderful and thoughtful and expressive thing for you with planning this trip. Love in action... that's what I say.
Glad you are home. I've missed reading your posts. But hey, if I'd had the opportunity to go on such a lovely trip, you best believe I would have left my laptop at home and all you would have seen was the dust stirred up from my feet moving so swiftly out the door.
Hugs to you... let us know how you are doing. Also, that fatigue you feel... just go with it. Rest when you are tired and listen to your body and soul. It's been 4 years since my chemo and radiation has been completed and I still find myself sluggish, and tired, and sometimes downright depressed. Physical sleep and rest is a good balm for your body. But, if you feel the same things I do too... be very quick to forgive yourself and not quick to place judgement on yourself. You have been through so much. Time will help to heal all wounds; physically, emotionally, mentally and in your soul. Be kind and patient to yourself.
xo, Penny Sue
Sad about your camera. It's good your husband had one, too! Get rest, get caught up, then we'll look forward to seeing your post on your trip.ReplyDelete
That's awful, your camera being lost... still no word about it, any idea where exactly you were, or maybe any possibility of calling there? I can relate, it aches not to have those pics, I know. I'm glad your back and that you at least have your fond memories and some other photos, Hugs to you,ReplyDelete
So glad to hear of your wonderful trip and safe return! I haven't checked your blog for months and am so happy to hear your good news of wonderful health and new adventures. Rest and continued relaxation to you and your hubby!ReplyDelete
So sorry you lost your camera. Lovely photo above. I can't wait to hear all about your trip.
Welcome home! That jet lag coming back from the east is so tiring. I lost my camera in Israel several years ago. I still want the pic I took of the sheep in the middle of the road blocking our car! I'm glad your hubby had a camera. Hoping your camera finds its way home.ReplyDelete
Sweet Deena, I am sorry to hear about your camera. Good thing you have a back-up but I know what you mean....ReplyDelete
I really do hope you are having a wonderful time....I'm sure you are :)
I'm so sorry you lost your camera. I know how I'd feel--so sad. Love you, SallyReplyDelete