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Saturday, December 1, 2012

Grateful...

Dealing with a bad molar is something that should not be put off ...
This post is a thank you to my dentist, Dr. Woermke and his staff for their Kindness.


The View from the dental chair, a home made light shade from Cumberland


Mantel and copper favorites


Mr. Pickwick, Kilby Ruins, Buddy after a bath and a Rose because.


Campbell River Carvings and Summer colors


And Things that make me smile


Wheels are going to be part of my Christmas Porch display, Middlenatch Island view from where I was getting seaweed and seaweed on garden
 Happy December Everyone!

I'm working on my outdoor Christmas Display,
post coming soon.

6 comments:

  1. Glad that tooth is pulled now. Healing time ahead. Best picture of Buddy yet. Love the seaweed. Looking forward to your post on decorating your porch.
    Joy

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  2. Dental visits are NEVER fun!! Glad you took care of it, though! Louis Dean and I are both going in for check ups after the first of the year.....not looking forward to it! Did you know I read a statistic once saying dentists have one of THE most stressful occupations? Guess it's the stress from their patients!

    Love your sign....Keep Smiling.....

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  3. Hi Rob!

    I always looking at your pictures... being PNW born and raised I can identify with that part of the world.

    I am dealing with a wisdom tooth that I am pretty sure will be coming out :( I have to say that it is my own fault for procrastinating once the temporary fell out. Glad you are over that issue.

    Did you know that I also have a "Buddy" and he is a Lhasa/Shih Tzu rescue. He is just the greatest dog!!!

    Visiting today from Mosaic Monday.

    xo Bunny Jean

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  4. Sorry to hear about dental problems, but glad to know you have a dentist to depend upon Buddy is precious. Thanks for sharing.

    Happy 1st Blue Monday, Rob.

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  5. Always enjoy your posts Rob. Sorry about the dental problem. I need one taken care of too, but putting it off for now. That seaweed must make wonderful mulch. I am so anxious to see what you do with the wheels. I bought a set of hand-made antique wooden baby buggy wheels that I am turning every which way to try to use as a decoration. I need some inspirations, so will see what you come up with.
    Blessings,
    Audrey Z. http://audreyzumwalt.blogspot.com/
    Timeless Treasures

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  6. Great photos - you always show such interesting things!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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Thanks for your kind comment.
Rob

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