Monday, March 10, 2008

Weekend





























The weekend was great! We went to the Botanical gardens on Saturday, which was definately the highlight! It's BEAUTIFUL! And I could walk and walk without getting tired at all! And I had to literally stop myself from running! One of these days...





We had lunch at the restuarant there, which was absolutely yummy. AND a bird crapped on my shoulder!!! (the tables are under a huge tree) Apparently it's a sign of GOOD LUCK!!! I really hope so. Not that I haven't been having amazing 'luck'! Posted a photo of that too!






Yesterday was also nice, had family over for tea, and spent most of the afternoon with my friend Suzanne and her husband Chris. Was nice to be away from the parentals for a change. Seeing the surgeon tomorrow. I'm busy getting photo's of some of the doctors, will post them all sometime!


Don't have time for much more now, I'm at my dad's work. Have a good week!

7 comments:

Chas said...

What beautiful photos! It seems that you are doing really well!! Congratulations and God bless!!

MilePost13 said...

Alice...when does the voting for you blog end? I missed that part.

Christy said...

Oh wow! The pictures are amazing. The scenery is absolutely beautiful. Glad that you had a great weekend.

God is great! >:0)

Mandy said...

You've been nominated! Check it out!

http://www.bloggerschoiceawards.com/blogs/show/43128

Twice!!

http://www.bloggerschoiceawards.com/blogs/show/43127

Good luck!!!

Julie said...

So glad to hear you are doing so well. I found your blog thru Nate's. I'll keep praying for you.

Destini said...

It is so awesome to read about you and your new lungs! I followed you from Nate's blog and prayed for you while you were in surgery. I feel so blessed to be able to read about you and your progress.

Daniel said...

Hi Alice,

It was great meeting you yesterday, you're such an inspiration. Good luck with all that lies ahead and keep up the great blog. I've read it from start to end now and am fascinated how you've kept so positive throughout all what has happened to you.

Keep Well,
Daniel.