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Various pictures of our dog, Lily the Pup. Most taken in our old apartment in Belp. She spends a lot of time sleeping and generally looking beautiful. Wears a wig well, too. Likes to eat, but have no pics of that.

My various plants from Belp, mostly in 2010, almost all arranged and planted by my sister Eileen. Beautiful, aren’t they?

We had the most amazing view in Belp. Here are some views between 2007 and 2011 when we lived there. Lots of beauty in the sky.

Two years of my head

Two years of my head, April 2010 to April 2012. Cancer dx was December 2010, a couple of days after the second picture top left. Most pics are from 2011, except for the bottom row – those are all 2012.

It ought to be easier to add photos to a freakin blog. But oh well, I see I have much to learn.

The occasional sunset

Anyway, taking a break from chemotherapy reactions and the resulting prednisone head, I thought i would add a few pictures of stuff. First up, to the right is a view of the sunset from our bedroom – probably from last month. Sometimes the sky is just spectacular.  The mountains are the Western Alps, near the Kanton of Fribourg – the region is called the Gantrisch. Some really spectacular views, will figure out more once I get posting photos down.
Here is a photo of the infamous Lily the Pup, adopted from a shelter in the North Carolina. Lily is 6 and she’s been with us for 5 years.  She’s a good companion, just a little complicated – lots of anxiety. But she’s a sweet girl and we don’t quite know what we’d do without her. She makes a big difference in our lives.  When I’m not feeling well, she sits on the bed with me and looks out of the window, sometimes she curls up against us as we sleep.  Now if we could just get her to ride in the car without trying to tear it apart. But oh well…

My companion, LilythePup

Here is a photo of the infamous Lily the Pup, adopted from a shelter in the North Carolina. Lily is 6 and she’s been with us for 5 years. She’s a good companion, just a little complicated – lots of anxiety. But she’s a sweet girl and we don’t quite know what we’d do without her. She makes a big difference in our lives. When I’m not feeling well, she sits on the bed with me and looks out of the window, sometimes she curls up against us as we sleep. Now if we could just get her to ride in the car without trying to tear it apart. But oh well…
Just below is a photo of hats and scarves that I’ve crocheted.  The wools are very cool, lots of funky colors, so it’s easy to hide mistakes. And I actually wear the hats since I am rather bald (if you see from the previous posts).    Hats are generally more useful than the scarves since it’s getting warmer.  

Hats and scarves that I have made