Keep Calm and Scary On

I’m so thankful to you all for your good wishes after my eye operation. I really appreciate my wonderful friends on WordPress, and am happy to report that my sight is improving every day. Although I still have the gas bubble bobbing around in my right eye, it is definitely getting lower, and it now seems that I’m peering over the top of it. Hopefully it will soon disappear altogether,Β  and my eye will be back to normal.

I just wanted to wish you all a happy Halloween and to show you the pumpkin carvings done by my three NJ grandchildren. My son sent me these photos yesterday.

I think that five-year-old Max did a scarily good job.

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His older sister Taylor, managed to come up with an awesome owl/bear.

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Big sister Sienna, created a very good likeness of herself, inside her pumpkin lantern.

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My sister has driven down the hill to see me, a few times this last week, and on Wednesday our daughter is flying down from Johannesburg to spend a few days with us. I also see my eye doctor on Wednesday morning, and will then find out how soon I’m allowed to fly. We are hoping to leave on November 15th for England to see hubby’s 103-year-old Mom, and will then be back home in Florida on the 22nd.

Hope you all have a great week, and that tonight is just scary enough for you who are celebrating Halloween.

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119 comments on “Keep Calm and Scary On

  1. So glad to read you’re healing well dear Sylvia. Love all the wonderful pumpkin carvings, all your family are very talented! Sending you lots of love and hugs for continued recovery as you enjoy your family visits πŸ™‚ ❀ xoxo

  2. I missed commenting on your lovely family’s collection of pumpkins, Sylvia. So glad you will head to be with your MIL, on the 15th and home by 22nd. I try to remember to pray for travel mercies and guardian angels over ills, hurts or surgeries. . .Hope your eye is all healing after being repaired by good, guided by God, surgeon’s hands. ❀

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