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Submitted by Sarah on Sun, 2013-03-24 14:41

Another thank you from Canada........ we had over a foot of snow a few days ago here in Montreal. It will be SO nice to see the Daffodils when they finally come !

Thank you everyone.  The daffodils outside are looking a bit sorry for themselves, wearing caps of snow.  Funny, last year was unseasonably warm by this time. 

Jason, we are very proud of our 150 year old floorboards: David filled in all the gaps in the kitchen and I sanded them all smooth: just before I got really bad and I do remember wondering why the sander was making my whole body vibrate.  I could only do it for half an hour at a time. 

HealthyGirl, I haven’t had any new MS symptoms for nearly ten years now.  My walking still leaves a lot to be desired but I did have MS for about twenty years before starting treatment.  Doing a few kilometres on my ellipse every day helps a lot, though.  What I am most pleased abpit is the fact that not only can I work at my art again but my brain is far clearer than it has been for years, meaning that I can work things out which eluded me before..................Sarah    

Journey through Light and Shadow

 

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.

 

To cheer up the last days of this long, snowy nothern winter:

Daffodils by night.

This was photographed on our kitchen floor, by night without flash, using my smartphone but with just a little tweaking in Photoshop and much smalled down from the original...............Sarah