Grandma Barb’s This and That

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Friday Fences

The 2 fences in these pictures are next to the barn and little shed in the 3rd picture.






Thank you all for your concern, well wishes, and prayers for my mom.  I got her moved to the nursing home today.  I wish I could say she is resting comfortably but she has a lot of pain when she moves.

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Thanks for stopping by. Until next time.

Barb

24 comments:

Mari said...

I really like the barns and fences - such rustic charm!
Glad you got your mom settled in. Praying she recuperates quickly.
I'm a nurse in a nursing home, and we have a lot of people come in for a short rehabilitation stay. It's surprising sometimes how helpful therapy can be.

Carletta said...

I love the white peeling paint!
Continued prayers for your Mom.

TexWisGirl said...

glad she has gotten settled as best as she can be. i hope her pain abates and she can begin rehabilitation soon.

i like the barn scene. :)

Margaret said...

Peeling, falling apart, and a beautiful sky complete with barn. Outstanding.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I do hope your mother gets to feeling much better soon. I'll keep her in my prayers.
The fence and barn are great! I love rural scenes.

Rose said...

That barn is a beauty...the fence looks sad to me.

Carole M. said...

love your photographs Barb and glad you have some advance for care for your Mum. Hopefully they can help reduce her pain real soon

Brian King said...

Love the barn and silo! Everything looks like it's been there a long time. I hope your mother can eventually be comfortable.

Elaine said...

Nice series of photos! Hope your mom gets some relief for her pain soon.

Sarajan (Jan to friends!) said...

Rustic fences are like old friends - they put their arms around you for closeness and protection. I hope that your Mom is doing better. -- Jan

Jacquelineand.... said...

That is so lovely!

Keeping you and your Mom in my thoughts and sending gentle hugs.

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

great views. barns & fences are such great friends. love it!! sending prayers your way. big hugs. ( :

Tanya said...

oh no, i'm so sorry...i didn't know about your mom being ill...hope she improves quickly..thinking of you both...love the photos, especially the second one with the glimpse of the barn!

Pam :) said...

Tattered and weather worn but still standing.

Thanks for the update on your Mom, Barbs. I know watching her in pain isn't easy on you. I pray her pain fads away and she recovers soon.
Take care of yourself.

W. Latane Barton said...

Watching our loved ones suffer is so heartbreaking. Hope she feels better really soon. My prayers are with you.

Jan n Jer said...

Hope your Mom gets relief from her pain soon! Love your rustic scene!

Marie said...

I LOVE this old barn, and the fence is great. It all looks so wintry!

renae said...

morning Barb! finding a place for your Mom must have been stressful. my brother was in a facility for only 4 days last year and that was very hectic. hoping you are getting rest?

i love these photos of the fence and i love that drawer as the stable backdrop. so creative of you!!!

Jori said...

Beautiful photo's as always. Prayers for your mother. I hope she get's feeling better.

Pat said...

Love the old, weathered fence.
Hoping your mom feels better soon.

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Barb, Lovely fence pics you share. They even look like the day is cold.
Glad you got your mother settled in the nursing home to get better. I pray she improves.
Hugs and prayers, Celestina Marie

The Farmer's Daughter said...

I am so sorry to hear about your Mom. Hope she is better soon.
And, of course, I love the old barn and fence!

Cindy Adkins said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your Mom, Barb. I hope she feels better soon. I can imagine how stressful that is for you. I love the weather-worn fences.
Cindy

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