WEEK TWO OF SHINGLES – BUT OUR ROSES ARE LOOKING BEAUTIFUL!

Uggh, it’s tough. Get the vaccine if you can. I had tried several times but it was never in stock and then I would lose track. Today is the first day trying to go without the pain medication. Practically anything is better than feeling ditzy all the time. It’s worse at the end of the day.

I’ve been home so much this spring and don’t usually get to enjoy our roses. Charlotte and I have been loving sitting in her tent having tea parties and reading storybooks and you can smell the roses while we are reading, it’s really so sweet ❤

7 thoughts on “WEEK TWO OF SHINGLES – BUT OUR ROSES ARE LOOKING BEAUTIFUL!

  1. Andrew Min

    Dear Kim Smith,

    I hope you get well soon. I have heard shingles is very unpleasant. I love your photos and videos, especially your piping plover masterpieces! I have twin middle school daughters who also love your work. We have been unable to see any piping plovers so far this year, but your posts certainly fill the gaps in our hearts!

    Thank you!

    Best regards,
    Andrew

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    1. Kim Smith Post author

      Thank you Andrew for your very kind comments. This Shingles is making me behind in everything but I’ll post more soon of the sweet Clam Fam. Our Good Harbor beach chicks are going to hatch soon, too 🙂

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  2. Shaw Sandy

    So sorry that this happened. I hope you feel better soon and your little granddaughter makes you forget about the discomfort. Your plover photos are terrific!

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    1. Kim Smith Post author

      Thank you Sandy. Yes she does, when she is not jumping on my stomach 🙂 She really is a very empathic little soul though and says wants to grow up to be Doctor Charlotte ❤

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  3. Francesca Ernst

    Thank you for continuing to give us beautiful images even while you are not feeling well.
    It’s wonderful you have Charlotte to cheer you.
    Stunning roses!

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