December 7th, 2015

broaphoenix

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I am feeling better, hurrah! My mind is going in a million directions and i am cautioning myself that i am better than i have been, not that i've become some sort of super woman. To often there's the post recovery blues when i think "better" means "can do the to-do list by just thinking about it."

As far as my father's fall, the university hospital can not find anything wrong. I understand he's moving to a rehab unit today. The worry is that the pain means the doctors have missed something.

Waiting: what would be a visual symbol of waiting? The first thing that comes to mind is a bus stop -- that could be easily stylized into something that can be recognized at a glance. Flower buds and little sprouts can be read with other meanings like hope -- but i think i can accept that as part of waiting. Tea kettle - watched pot never boils.... Christine suggests clocks -- maybe hour or minute glass?

Hold on -- i'll make an LJ poll....


broaphoenix

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Poll #2030063 What does waiting look like?

What does waiting look like?

bus stop
6(31.6%)
sprouts and buds
1(5.3%)
tea kettle
2(10.5%)
candle in the window
0(0.0%)
clock with hands
4(21.1%)
digital clock
1(5.3%)
hour glass/minute glass
3(15.8%)
other in the comments
2(10.5%)