Saturday, September 18, 2010

Back Again!


Thanks to all who came this way in this long absence and especially Willow and Margaret for checking in. I had a stroke and have been very fortunate to have recovered and now putting my life back together and part of it is to try and get back to the blogging but probably only once a week. Have not been following or doing blogging since that time. When the time came it took me days to try and remember my password LOL.
I went back to work part time but pooped out,now out at the cabin on the coast for a month or so to recuperate again and regain strength. Resting up, napping reading, picking the last of the blackberries, collecting chantrelles, chasing salmon and doing a little cooking.
Cheers to all and for all the kind thoughts that came my way. And a special thanks to Cathy for inspiring me to start blogging again.
your bloggy friend Stephen

7 comments:

acornmoon said...

I often wondered what happened to you, so sorry to hear about your stroke but so happy that we have you back in the blogosphere. I saw your comments on Margaret's page, small world we have here.

willow said...

Hello my friend! I must admit, I was more than just a little bit worried about you. Glad to hear you are resting up and enjoying blackberries, chantrelles and salmon. Sounds peaceful and delicious. So thrilled to "see" you again on my blog!! xox

A World Away said...

Hi Valerie,

Good to hear from you. Thanks for stopping by and I will visit you soon. I'll more about my experience in the next few weeks.

A World Away said...

Willow, thanks for stopping by and hope to keep up with all you are doing and i'll tell abit about my experiece in the next few weeks.

Margaret said...

It's so great to have you back! You have been sorely missed, and I hope that you are feeling better soon. The cabin sounds like a great place to rest up. Take care, and I look forward to reading your posts!

Owlfarmer said...

It's lovely to see that you're back, Stephen; sorry about the stroke, but glad you're recovering. At my own advanc(ed/ing) age I often worry about folk who wander away from their blogs for a spell. And then I do it myself.

At any rate, I look forward to seeing more of your commentaries.

Tess Kincaid said...

Just popping in to say hello. I hope all is well, dear friend. x