Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Alphabe-Thursday Letter V


Good morning class.

Welcome to round nine of Alphabe-Thursday! Today we will be studying the very vivacious letter:


A very dear lady sent me a card recently that reminded me "slow and steady wins the race".   I am impatient to feel better and to not continue the ripple effect of chronic illness but I am VERY grateful that things haven't gotten worse and I  have good doctors, good friends and Mr. Jenny to help me through.   I tried visiting a few links last week and I'll try again this week!   Please!   Stay well!  I miss you!

Please link directly to your Alphabe-Thursday URL (if you don't know how to do this let me know!) and please continue to visit the five links before and after your link and leave a comment. Minimum of 10 links visited please. You can visit more if you like, of course, and please try very hard to visit the blogs that visit you for this meme.

If you have any difficulties with your link, please make sure to include the number of the link when you e-mail me. It is really difficult for me to find you easily otherwise.

If you have any questions about Alphabe-Thursday or problems doing your link just post it in a comment or send me an e-mail. I'll do my best to help you as quickly as I can.

The McLinkey will be live from 1:00 pm MST time Wednesday afternoon in an effort to assist our lovely "friends across the pond" and continue through 10:00 am MST time Friday morning!

And remember.... link back to this post, you need to be registered as a follower of my blog, PG posts only, and you must visit at least 10 other posts...perhaps consider starting from the last posts and work backwards. The links will stay live after the final post deadline has passed so you can even wait and visit over the weekend or whenever you have more time.

Please link your vibrant letter now!
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3 comments:

Jim said...

Hi Jenny ~~ I like your "V" block. I hadn't thought of visits, but my pictures are all from a Visit. :)
Hope for you that your effects will be tolerable and manageable. One thing, at my age most people have chronic ailments, mine are arthritis and cardio disease, still not as rough as you are having.
THANK YOU AGAIN FOR HOSTING!!
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EG CameraGirl said...

Slow and steady wins the race, Jenny! My husband had a stroke in March, losing his left side. He can now walk - but quite slowly - and can raise his left arm and move his elbow. Slow progress but he can do it. We are now looking forward to wrist action and some hand movement. (He can move his thumb a little.) Hang in there, Jenny! You'll improve too!!

Gattina said...

Continue to fight ! You will win !!