Saturday, December 31, 2016

Happy New Year

 Wishing you all a Happy New Year for 2017. 
Wishes of happiness, good health for you dear friends and hopefully some peace throughout the world.
I apologise for not visiting your blogs as often as I would like but I have much to do here at home for the present time.
Much Love Dianne...♥

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Christmas Greetings

Dear Friends, may your Christmas season be filled with love, happiness and peace as you celebrate with family and friends.
Love and best wishes to all, Dianne. xoxoxo   ♥

Monday, November 28, 2016

Another Distant Sky ...

I wait here alone in the moonlight
Wishing you were close by
All I have for company
Are the shadows in the evening sky
I look up to the Heavens
Wishing you were here
But you are far away
Beneath another distant sky...

Poem - Dianne Dawes - ♥
Image - My Tree in the Moonlight

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Where are you dear friend?

Where are you dear friend?
For you have not been around
Are you lost in the darkness
And cannot find your way
I look for you each morning
And at the end of the day
I worry that your sadness
Is keeping you away
Please find your way to me
Brush the shadows away
There is nothing but kindness
Here to be found ...

Poem - Dianne Dawes - xoxoxo 💛
For my dear friend C.B.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Last Light ...

Last light fading
A flash of rays
Golden and glowing
Last light of day…

Poem - Dianne Dawes
Photo taken with my iPhone
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Thursday, August 25, 2016

Home At Last!

Thank you everyone for your prayers and kind wishes for Matthew and myself. I am sure all of the messages I have passed on to him have helped in some way to aid in his recovery. He was very moved by your kindness in taking the time to leave messages for him...especially Yannis and Vania for writing his name in the sand at the beach in Greece, for your lovely poems and dear C.B. for your special prayers.
I am happy to report that after five frightening months my son Matthew was discharged from the hospital on Monday, 22nd August.
He is being given a break from hospital to return home for some rest and recuperation as he is severely deconditioned and in pain. It is hoped that being home will help him to gain some physical and mental strength before he has to face two more major surgeries. 
He has been sent home with a Vacuseal dressing on his wound, it stays on until the wound has completely healed. The dressing is attached to a unit which is powered by rechargeable batteries. The Vacuseal dressing apples negative pressure to the wound site drawing blood vessels toward the surface, thereby vascularising the wound bed and accelerating granular tissue growth and healing. The Community Nurse will visit twice weekly to clean the wound and reapply a fresh Vacuseal dressing.
We have a busy time ahead of us with many outpatient appointments to address the ongoing Tachycardia, the numerous D.V.T's and the level of medication to dissolve them, Pain Management specialist, Radiology for abdominal C.T scans, the Neurologist for the M.S., Vascular Surgeon, Physiotherapy plus some counseling.
This whole episode has felt surreal. It is good to have him home but it will take a long time for him to return to some kind of normal health.

Much love, Dianne xoxoxo