Wordless Wednesday*



* no results yet. I’m so grateful we have the NHS here in the UK, but it’s frustratingly slow.

19 responses
  1. paul

    gorgeous.

  2. susan black

    lovely, lovely …
    fingers (& paws) all crossed here xo Susan

  3. Iris Ztarr

    It seems agonizingly slow when you are waiting for such results and then such a relief when they come through. Sending you lots of love!

    Iris. P.S. Love how you are documenting your mood of waiting in the black and white shots of you

  4. La plume et la page

    Beautiful pictures. Did you take them in London?

    Yes!

  5. Lynda Howells

    thinking of youxxlynda

  6. Kate

    It’s so horrible waiting for results, I know with me I hardly eat and often feel nauseous with the constant anxiety – fingers crossed here for a clear result – and soon! Hugs from the antipodes xox

  7. cococita

    Thinking of you! It must be difficult to be patient now …
    Especially love the photo with the reflection: had to look twice before I even noticed it. That’s exactly what I love about photography!
    x

  8. Fiona jones

    I am so rubbish at waiting for results…you’re in my thoughts, and I’m sending positive wishes xx

  9. Debbie

    Awesome photography!

    Thinking of you.

  10. Gina

    Beautiful. Peaceful.
    Love your photos.
    Wishing you all the best.

  11. maura

    Thinking of you, magical pictures.
    Maura

  12. marlene

    sending you love and good thoughts.
    you are lucky that the trees are already blooming in london…
    in vienna it is deep winter and it is snowing and snowing…
    fingers crossed for the results

  13. Kelly Breedlove

    I love the photo of you with your eyes closed, very peaceful! Sending prayers to your side of the world. As always, love seeing your photos and reading your blog.
    Kelly

  14. Mary in VA

    I have found that bad news travels faster than good news – so the slowness may be a good thing. Wishing you the best!

    Bea

    Was just about to write the same thing — hopefully the delay just means that all is OK, so there’s no need to hurry. It doesn’t help the waiting, though. Uncertainty can be agonising, frustrating and very scary indeed.

    Thinking of you, and sending you comfort and peace in this limbo stage.

    xo

  15. Susanne

    Wonderful pictures!

    Yes, waiting can be hell, between hope and fear.

    I’m keeping my fingers crossed for you <3

  16. Gina

    Love the photo of the contrail in the sky. To me, that is London–the sky is so beautiful and so close in. The sky here in the States, and even in NYC, is big and wide and so far away.

  17. chelle clarkson

    So many trademark shots; diagonals, selfies, lights, reflections, street art…soooo many great shots! Keeping my fingers crossed for you.

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