Life is full of it's trials. I guess that is what makes the good worthwhile and it certainly makes it interesting. Sort of makes you access your meddle, what you can take, what you won't take and what you do with what's dealt to you.
An update on Leslie (my companion for 5 1/2 years for you new ones). Last week it was one horrible week. Five prodecures done, lots of pain, lots of morphine. Finally Saturday he was moved to rehab to start the long road back to being well enough to start chemo and boom.... double pneumonia, and other problems and right back in the hospital. Just lots of prayer is needed.
When life was easier it was always fun to take a drive in the country. Leslie encouraged my love of photography and we'd look for barns along our journey. Lots of times we would never see a one but then he'd point out one, slow down so I could snap away. I miss that.
This one is on Hwy. 32 headed from Suffolk, Va. to Edenton, N. C. I am assuming it was a barn. Has all the appearances of it. It's right beside the highway.
And, it has met it's heyday. Get it.... HAY DAY. hehe
I'm joining with Barn Collective. Thanks, Tom for being it's host.