Friday, August 5, 2011

Postis Interruptis

Zinnias from two-weeks ago. I have yet to see how they're doing: just came home this minute, and wanted to touch base with everyone.

Hello faithful blogpeeps,

I've been in the hospital for the past 8-9 days, unexpectedly. I'm home now, and will take a few days to get stronger, but I'll be regularly posting again as soon as I can. My apologies to all of you that have emailed me and haven't had any replies during this time. I was unable to access the Internet.

See you all soon, back at casey/artandcolour!

-Casey

25 comments:

  1. Hey are you ok??? I wondered where you'd been. I send virtual hugs your way.

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  2. Hi Casey...you had me worried, kid. Glad to see you back. :)

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  3. thanks Ish, and Annie, and to everyone, for your emails and comments in the threads. I'm still a bit "woozy" and realize the monitor is making me a bit dizzy. It will probably be a slow comeback for the blog. and me.

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  4. WELCOME HOME CASEY, WE REALLY DID MISS YOU. I JUST HAD A FEELING THAT THERE WAS SOMETHING SERIOUSLY WRONG WITH YOU.USUALLY, I'M ALWAY RIGHT ABOUT MY FEELING. I HOPE YOUR FRIEND JUNE WILL BE THERE TO HELP YOU OUT.TAKE YOUR TIME KIDDO. JUST GET WELL. YOU KNOW US GIRLS WE'LL BE CHECKING IN EVERYDAY.

    HUGS GRANNY

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  5. Hi Casey - glad you're doing better. You're one of a very small number of blogs that I read daily, and if one of them seems to have a disruption in their posting patterns, I always kind of wonder if "something's wrong."

    Glad to know you're ok!

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  6. Casey! You're back! Welcome home, friend! I hope you're not there alone all the time while you recover. I missed you!

    Katie

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  7. SO SO glad you are back home...that must have been some "bout" to be in hospital for that long! We did indeed miss you!
    Mare

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  8. I wish you a speedy recovery, Casey !

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  9. I second (or third) the other sentiments. I'm glad you're home in your own space. A few years ago I spent five weeks in Lenox Hill Hospital and all I could think of was going home!

    I know we all look forward to having you back on your regular schedule!

    Paul, NYC

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  10. My buddy and old friend is back and ready to make a major comeback!!!!

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  11. Hello Casey,

    I am joining all the good people here in sending you only the best thoughts and wishes .

    Andy

    Malibu

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  12. HELLO MALIBU, WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?

    CASEY, I HOPE YOUR FEELING BETTEREACH DAY. WHAT HAPPEN IF I MAY ASK. I'M PRAYING FOR YOU BUT DON'T KNOW WHAT TO ASK. SO I JUST LIFT YOU UP AND PUT YOU IN HIS HANDS. GOD BLESS YOU.

    GRANNY

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  13. CASEY, WE'RE THE LUCKY ONES YOU HAVE YOU AS A FRIEND. WHEN YOU HURT WE HURT. I'M SURE I SPEAK FOR THE REGULARS ON HERE THAT IF WE LIVED CLOSE BY, YOUR COMAMND WOULD BE OUR GIFT TO YOU. JUST WORK ON GETTING WELL SO WE CAN ENJOY YOUR FLOWERS. HUGS, GRANNY

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  14. thanks, granny. It's been raining up here, and I've had numerous follow-up appointments, and will this whole week. I hope to have something new to post by the weekend.

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  15. Casey, I have missed your wry mind and beautiful eyes, the lovely images and thoughts.

    I am glad you've returned, as I need some positive news today.

    ~ Andy

    Andrew Brown from JMG and Facebook

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  16. Thanks, Andy. I'm still recuperating a bit, but I'll put up some fresh posts soon. Thanks for stopping by again!

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  17. Just here to check in on you, Casey. I hope you are recovering well. I think about you every day and wonder how you're doing. Sending all the besty best wishes your way...
    Katie

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  18. JUST A WORD PLEASE. I'M STILL SAYING LITTLE PRAYERS FOR YOU.
    HUGS.

    GRANNY

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  19. thanks Granny, and everyone. I'm just not feeling all that well and have a lot on my mind. I'll do some new posts this week probably.

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  20. Whenever you're ready to post, do it. Until then, concentrate on you. You were so supportive when Glynette was sick that I want you to know that we are out here for you, if you need us.

    Barry & Gi

    BTW, the '33 Continental Flyer you scouted out for me just won "Best Unrestored Car" at the Krasl Concours and second place in the Hagerty Youth Judging at the Concours at St. John's, formerly Meadow Brook.

    Thanks for all your help!

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  21. Thanks, Barry and Gi. Your '33 is the most spectacular original car I've ever seen of that vintage. Congratulations on the much-deserved awards!

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  22. Casey, not only is it a survivor it was in terrific mechanical shape. So much so that I was able to drive it 200 miles across Michigan to go to the show. We trailered it back. That was a big step for me as I hadn't been able to bring myself to tow anything since I crunched the shiny trailer and the '55 Porsche 5 years ago.

    I got back on the horse and it all worked out well. Rest up and get back on your horse.

    Barry

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  23. I remember the post you did on Barry's car. So Barry and I are kindred spirits with our "crunched" Porsche's - ouch!

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  24. Yes, but you were probably driving yours at the time.

    Barry

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