A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Monday, 14 May 2018

A Night in Hospital


It's been a while, and perhaps some will be relieved to discover it may be a while longer until normal posting resumes.    I do want to apologise for the concern I caused some by allowing this blog to go "dark" immediately following the publishing of the hospital carpark photo in March, and thank you to all who contacted me to enquire as to my well being.  The photo was an unintentional portent of things that were to come.

I am indeed quite well after a lengthy but perfectly normal recovery from a bit of surgical correction which has left me rather without photographs to share.

To make matters worse it's left me without my usual catalogue which enables me to post daily while on our annual migration to the other side of the world.

I have gathered a scattering of photos over the past few weeks as mobility has improved, and if I eke them out we may well have a bi-weekly blog until our return from places other than this one.

Thank you for your understanding. Hopefully we'll resume full transmission some time in November.

Well that's the plan!

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Sue McIntyre said...

So sorry to hear you have been in hospital. Wishing you a speedy recovery and may you be back again soon. Take care.

bitingmidge said...

Thanks @SueMcIntyre , All is well - I didn't want to make a fuss - but I did mysteriously disappear!

Lois said...

I completely understand as I have been in a bit of the same predicament since I fractured my leg two months ago. I hope you will be well again soon!

Tanya Breese said...

Sorry about your hospital stay but glad you are well! I have been on a bit of a break myself and no photos either!

bitingmidge said...

Thanks Lois and Tanya, I hope you will be back with photos bigger and brighter than ever!

William Kendall said...

Entirely understandable given the circumstances. Just take your time.

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