Sunday, November 6, 2011

Scenes Of Boston

When David was sleeping I would take walks in the area. this was a telephone and telegraph building that is now verizion office.These are over each window. I believe the style is art deco.
The fan window is just beautiful.

 The detail work on this building is amazing.

This sundial was on the hospital grounds. It is huge and keeps good time.

This is the view from David's hospital window. We see the colleges practice crew on the Charles river.There are also lots of duck boats that come and go.

And this out of focus picture is sun set from my hotel.
I am home for a few days, Sadie my kitty was so happy to see me she circled me and cried. She now is sleeping near by so she can open her eye and make sure I am still there. I was a way for 10 days and she was well cared for by friends and neighbors.

David's appetite is getting better and he felt pretty good today, as the nurses say one day at a time.
I am going back to Boston mid week. Thank you so much for all of your amazing up lifting comments.
All human wisdom is summed up in two words-wait and hope...Alexandre Dumas
Have a great week.


Anonymous said...

I know you're glad to be HOME for a few days. As the old saying goes...There's no place like home.
Thanks for sharing a bit of beautiful Boston with me. I would love to visit there some day.
You're in my thoughts and prayers.

God bless.

Rose H (UK) said...

Hello Cathy
Boston looks like an amazing place.
I'm glad you feel happy enough with David's progress to be able to go home for a few days, I can imagine how pleased Sadie is to see you.
Even though you must both take things a day at a time, it must be good to see that Davids appitite is returning :o)
Sending continued positive thoughts.
Rose H

Cathy G. said...

Great photos of Boston Cathy! Thank-you for thinking of us while you are taking care of dear Hubby. So glad to hear he is feeling a little better and you can come home for a break. It's always good to get out of the hospital for a little while anyway. Will be keeping you both in thought and prayer as always!
Cathy G

Rugs and Pugs said...

Cathy ~
I am very happy to hear that David is feeling a bit better. Please take care of yourself, too. You need to be well for David.
I think of you often and continue to pray for you.
Hugs :)

Sassafras and Winterberry said...

So good to hear that David's appetite is coming back. I'm glad you could get home for a couple of days. Wonderful Boston pictures. My old stomping grounds.
Prayers and Hugs, my friend.

Patti @ Pandoras Box said...

You are in my thoughts and prayers...hoping for a speedy recovery and everyone to be back home soon!

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

Eating is always a good sign don't you think. It's good for you to get home and sleep in your own bed for a few nights. Recharge in your own environment. The photos of Boston are lovely. Boston is one of my most favorite places to visit. Prayers your way. Susan

Alice ~ Folk Art Primitives said...

Wait and hope ~ that's what we're all doing with you! You have a wonderful attitude ~ you can see the beauty of the city around you while you're in the fight of your lives! I hope today sees more progress for David ~ and great that you could go home for a bit. Thinking of you ~ Alice

Judy said...

Boston is a beautiful city--especially when you look up or out from a high window. Love to see the boats on the Charles River. I have been praying for David both morning and night and during the day and I know, God holds him in the palm of His hand and he will recover and have good years ahead.

Sabrina @Falling Leaf Woodworkers and Primitives said...

Sending positive hope and prayers to you and David, I hope he is doing better. Take care

Kim said...

I'm glad you were able to get home for a few days to rest. Staying at the hospital can be so draining, emotionally and physically. Take a few quiet days and know that Dave is in good hands.

Cheryl Lynch said...

I discovered your blog while serching for folk art designs. I am a quilter. It was meant to be. The scenes of Boston brought bake the memories of when i met my husband. I was drawn into your life. We have been married 35 years and I think our husbands wore the same tuxedo for the wedding! We have recently been through a rough time battling first lung cancer and then prostate cancer. My husband is very private and I was not alowed to blog about it. I admire you because I think it would have been great therapy for me as it appears to be for you.
Hoping for the best.

Larkrise garden girl said...

Hi Cathy, It is so hard when your pulled in two different directions. You have to Go home get some things done then run back to the hospital. You take care of yourself it's hard when a loved one is in a hospital, Hugs Cheri

Kathy said...

Cathy, it's so good to know that you have been able to make a trip home ...things must be going well, if you felt you were able to do that! Boston looks lovely ... it's number one on my list of places to visit, if we ever get over to the US.
Lots of love
Kathy (with a K) xxx

yaya said...

Welcome home and I hope you get refreshed and rested while Dave gets healed and then both of you can return home...the best place to be! I'll continue with prayers for you both!

Dog Trot Farm said...

So happy to read that David is a wee bit better. I have been thinking of you and keeping you both in my prayers. Life can be challenging, take one day at a time. Autumn blessings, Julie.

Balisha said...

Hi Cathy,
So glad that David is improving. Glad that you could get home for a bit. Take care and know that prayers are continuing for your whole family.
Are you keeping a journal of this experience?

Dianne said...

Glad you were able to get away and go home for a few days - especially because that means David is feeling better. Keeping you all in my prayers...