It has been another one of those weeks for me, just waiting on my Cardiologist appointment this coming Friday.
On Mother's Day morning, to add to the stress, I was on my way to church in the pouring down rain, and was traveling in my lane when along came a driver head on in my lane. I blared on my horn, screamed at the top of my lungs, ( not that he could have heard me ) for I knew it was going to be bad, and slightly turned my wheels toward the ravine on my side of the road. By doing this, I avoided a head on collision, but got hit in the back left quarter, to the tune of $4,000 damage.
The young man said that "it was entirely his fault, as he was grabbing for a couple of things from his dashboard..."
Fortunately neither one of us got hurt...except for my feelings, which was a blessing! My morning with family at church had also been wrecked, as it took over an hour for the police to arrive.
I am really, praying that an event will be caught on the Heart Events Monitor and that we can get to the bottom of what is going on with me.
My biggest complaint is deep fatigue. I am sleeping better than I have in a very long time and waking up exhausted, no energy and taking naps...so unlike me and so depressing, as everything is getting further and further behind.
I take my walks every day to visit the hawk nest and as I come and go, I take photographs along the way, of what I happen upon.
Aah, now this was pretty neat. I took this with my 70/300 lens, hand held, set on macro. It is a male Eastern Amberwing, Perithemis Tenera, as well as some species of Damselfly. Any help with ID would be appreciated.
Nearly all of the flowers were taken in the gardens across the lane. Mona has beautiful flowers, but is away for now, and not available to ID these beauties~