Saturday, December 29, 2018

Home Sweet Home

Barb skiing Vail

We arrived back home in Colorado a month ago.
Early snow painted our property and the mountains white.

frost on the window of our room in Vail

Cancer treatment takes a toll physically, mentally, and emotionally.
First the diagnosis, then the research, and finally the treatment are all-consuming.

our backyard

In the intricate medical maze that is cancer treatment, there are many questions without answers.
Each person/family must endlessly advocate for the patient.

Bob skiing Breckenridge

We're back to our normal routines.
We exercise daily, eat healthy, and take time to relax.
We keep moving - there is so much to see and do and enjoy each day.

We appreciate people's prayers and positive thoughts on our behalf.
We give and receive affection.

We know that connection and love are healing.

the purity of white calms us

In this post, I share some photos of our beautiful, snowy landscape in CO.

However, the final photo is one of my favorites from our time in CA.
Nature manages to nurture us in many ways.

My friend sent me this quote from the Dalai Lama:
"There are only two days in the year that nothing can be done. One is called yesterday and the other is called tomorrow, so today is the right day to love, believe, do and mostly live."

Happy New Year to all!

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