Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Wednesday Words


This was going to be a 'Wordless Wednesday' post, but sometimes that just won't work. At least not right now.


(A few of the perennials currently blooming in my garden) *Click on collage to enlarge

I have been nursing a sprained ankle for over a week now and wearing a 'boot', and/or using crutches every day now. I did manage to walk around for most of a day without support-with my ankle wrapped in an ace-bandage--while we went out on our boat this past weekend. It didn't bother me much and I enjoyed being on the boat, swimming and being out with my family. But afterwards, it was so swollen up-and it still aches from putting my full weight on it all day Sunday. Now I know I really need to wear the darned boot for support and I've been good about it ever since.I'm supposed to wear this contraption for 4 weeks. Surely I won't last that long; I cannot garden with this on my leg! I'm sure it will be off frequently so I can do small jobs in the garden. I've already missed so many changes that have been taking place because I haven't been able to get out there and walk around and/or take photos!

I don't even want to say how I sprained my ankle, but I will anyway. I was sitting in my recliner, using my laptop (what else is new?!) when my left foot got pins and needles...just numbness from staying in the same place for too long without moving. So I got up out of the chair and attempted to move my foot around, stomp on it, etc., when it just suddenly collapsed and gave out on me! I heard 3 loud 'cracking' sounds and just said to myself, 'oh no', not again! I was reminded of when I ripped my ACL in my right knee, 2 years ago. That had me laid up for ages. I won't tell you how that happened. It was almost as 'lame' as this accident. OK...I'll tell you: I was on a step-ladder, filling a birdfeeder, and lost my balance. I took a step backwards thinking it was the next step, but it was the ground instead, and my ACL snapped. I do sound rather clumsy, don't I? Funny, I haven't thought of myself that way before but am suddenly starting to wonder!

I have tons of lovely garden photos from the past several weeks that need to be posted. I just don't seem to manage to upload them fast enough and then they just don't get put on my blog. At some point I'll probably do some 'mish-mash' posts like I've seen some other bloggers do.

Meanwhile, please take some time to enjoy your garden--and the gifts it brings to you!

--Today I am thankful for gifts in my garden-even when I have a sprained ankle and cannot appreciate them.

55 comments:

  1. So sorry to hear about your sprained ankle. I did the exact same thing a few years ago, only I was sitting with my legs crossed and my foot went to sleep, so when I stood on it, I broke a bone in my foot and had to be off it for ages. It was mid-summer and my garden went to the weeds that year. So I can really sympathize and I do pray you will heal quickly!

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  2. Connie, I was SURE I'd broken a bone...it just felt like it! Thankfully no broken bones, but the sprain can be harder to heal than a break, I was told. I'm glad to know I'm not the only one who had such a ridiculous mishap;-)

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  3. Jan, we need to learn from your two stories! Especially those of us with bird feeders. I hope you will be running around your garden soon!

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  4. I don't know whether to put it down as a blessing - for not having broken any bones - or a curse - for relatively incapacitating you; hearing 'three loud cracking sounds' sounds really scary. Just take care and adequate rest. These things are always unfortunate, and confine you indoors for most of the time, but as a silver lining you get to have really laid back guilt-free relaxation:-) Get well soon...

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  5. Hi Jan .. I can understand how painful this is and how frustrating as well .. when you want to garden, you WANT TO GARDEN ! : )
    It takes us so long to almost get back to what is normal for us .. I hope it speeds up for you girl !
    Take Care .. and you are not alone in the clumsie department at all !
    Joy

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  6. Jan
    What a double wammy one to have to put up with the pain and incapacity but also not to be able to get on in the garden.

    Well put your foot up and rest and post more of your lovely garden photos and then when you need a little exercise take your camera and find some more beauties for us.

    I can do a good job of ignoring my ground eler which has taken hold in many areas over the last few years. Take joy in the lovely flowers and ignore the jobs awaiting.

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  7. Nice buds and blooms Jan, seems the garden is carrying on....nice thing about Mother Nature, she just tolerates our being there. Stay off the ankle a bit more so you can do more later!! :-)

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  8. Oooh, Jan, so sorry about your ankle. And having to miss most of prime gardening season really stinks. Maybe you can catch up on your blogging instead now since you are stuck!

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  9. You are NOT clumsy....just a bit of bad luck. You'll heal quickly and be back to your garden sooner than you think. Many positive thoughts going your way. I'm impressed that even with your sprained ankle, you were able to share so many pretty, colorful blooms with us. Thanks.

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  10. Hi Jan, hope your ankle gets better soon! Hearing those sounds had to be icky. I'm glad I didn't hurt anything when I fell off my shovel a while back, but then I have a lot of extra padding! ;-)

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  11. The photos are lovely. It's going to be hard to keep out of the garden for four weeks. Hope that ankle mends quickly!
    Marnie

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  12. Jan, you are just going to have to slow down a bit and give your body time to heal. Get well soon. :-)--Randy

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  13. Oh No! Just reading about this made me cringe...let yourself heal properly or it will be even longer....Your flowers are beautiful.

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  14. Jan, I'm so sorry about your ankle. I hope it heals quickly and that you will back in the garden soon.

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  15. Oh, that sounds like such an annoyance wearing that darn 'boot' and in the heat of summer too. Just not fair. But your collage is fabulous and that should cheer you up a little, no? What a lovely garden you have, there isn't much happening in ours, we're quite bad now with it now we have the allotment.
    Get well soon x

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  16. OH Jan!

    Heal quickly.

    And take good care of yourself. The photos are gorgeous. The garden will be impatient but it will wait.

    Jen

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  17. That sounds painful! I hope it heals quickly, don't overdo it. Your flowers are looking very pretty, I really like the purple geranium.

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  18. Tku so much for leaving such a lovely comment on my blog.
    I love your mosaic of photographs...they are beautiful, you do have some lovely blooms.

    Sorry about the ankle....look after it and wear that boot. It is a nuisance but you will heal faster.....

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  19. Jan, I'm so sorry to hear about your ankle. Terrible time to be laid up isn't it. Well, it just wouldn't have been as challenging if it would have happened out of gardening season - too easy to leave the boot on and be good in the winter! LOL I hope it's better soon and your out and about the garden!
    The pictures are beautiful - looks like the gardens are doing great!
    I'm trying to get around and see everyone today after being down off and on for the last week and a half!

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  20. oh Jan...don't feel bad, I fell down the Eiffel Tower and broke my tailbone...so nothing is embarassing! I don't do well with Wordless Wednesday either...I'm a talker...not a silent one. Your photos are wonderful as usual. I hope you get to feeling better soon

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  21. HI Jan! I don't mean to laugh at your (injury)...BUT your stories had me cracking up! I get that numb feeling alot in my legs..better be careful huh? Your collages are beautiful..what program do you use? I tried picasa but it was very confusing and somehow downloading it messed up my yahoo accounts..not computer saavy here!
    Lynn

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  22. Sorry about your ankle. I wish you a very quick recovery.

    And also, I love your collages!

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  23. You must look after that ankle - they are tricky to heal!

    Lovely collage :)

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  24. Jan, I know exactly the feeling you had in your foot! I have the laptop on my lap in my recliner too and have sat so long my foot has gone to sleep. :) Hope your ankle gets better quickly, but in the meantime take care and do a little at a time.

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  25. Hi Jan, Sorry to hear about your ankle. I hope it heals quickly. It's never pleasant being laid up but having it happen during gardening season is the worse. I'm sending good vibes your way for a speedy recovery. -Jackie

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  26. Me to have a lot of photos that needed to be post, but if not I have to do it in the winter time.

    No you are not clumsy only unlucky!
    Hope it will be all right very soon!

    /MB

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  27. Know that your gardening friends around the world are wishing you well! Thanks for continuing to get out there with your camera, even when you hurt. Heal fast. Pam

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  28. So sorry to hear you injured your ankle Jan. Take it easy! I love your collage of blooms, so pretty. :)

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  29. Jan, do take care of yourself! Though I do understand how frustrating it must be not being able to garden at this time of year. My daughter tore her ACL several years ago playing volleyball, so I know how difficult that time must have been for you. At least the sprain will heal much faster. Your garden is looking beautiful even if you can't tend it as much as you'd like.

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  30. Hi Jan, what a lovely collage. I used it to show my SIL a couple of plants she should grow in St. Louis. Thanks.~~Dee

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  31. Get well soon Jan. The good thing is that you can botanize the internet :-)

    Take Care/ Tyra

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  32. I am sorry to hear about ankle, the best medicine is to stay off of your foot. Good time to take lots of pictures from your porch (if you have a good zoom in your camera)
    I hope you get back to normal soon.

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  33. My knees are weak just thinking about both of these accidents. Ouch~ Feel better soon. I sprained my ankle last year, it took all summer to quit swelling up. Hope your experience is much better. Good luck!

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  34. Hope your ankle gets better quickly. It is difficult to relax when you are being forced to but try not to overdo things - hard I know - so many temptations :-)

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  35. I hope you heal soon, Jan. Your collage is so bright and clear, with pretty flowers!

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  36. Hi Jen!
    The flower you asked about is a Pink Papaver orientalis.
    Its a perennial poppy.
    Linda

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  37. Thank you -- everyone -- for your comments! It's been raining for a couple of days so I'd be inside anyway--and today is no different. That makes it a little easier! I'll survive -- everyone has to deal with setbacks. I might be able to spend a little time on Blotanical because of it;-)

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  38. These are wonderful flowers you share in this blog. Forgive me for being MIA - we are on Summer break and it is hard to find time to blog not to mention try and surf over to my friends. I promise to try and stop by more often. I DO LOVE your work!

    Have a blessed day dear friend in the garden.

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  39. Jan, I do hope you get to feeling better soon! What an awful thing to hurt yourself! Be careful those lazy boys for sure:)

    When you vacation in Maine-yes-do be sure to get some plants. As soon as we pulled into Brunswick there was a 'Plant Sale' sign and I knew I had to visit it. This is where some of the best come from-other's backyards. Take care and enjoy the day and do take it easy on that ankle.

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  40. Ouch! Sorry to hear about your ankle! No, my Funny Face rose is not a carpet rose. I don't really know what kind it is. I just know it's the hardiest of all my roses, growing quickly, blooming all summer long with little in the way of pests or disease. Cutting it back in spring would be a good idea, it wants to be big. But it doesn't climb or go crazy that way. Go ahead, try it!

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  41. Sorry about your ankle, Jan, but just bear with the contraption for 4 weeks and you'd be back on your self in full energy!
    Your garden is soo full of life! What a wonderful collection! It fills my mind with joy!

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  42. Jan~~~I know you don't need me to tell you how important healing is! That's preaching to the choir, but do take care!~~Your collage is lovely. Isn't June wonderful! gail

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  43. A fun 'wordless' Wednesday, Jan :) Get well soon ... I hear your voice since I've been in a soft cast ('garden' ankle sprain) for the past 2 months :)

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  44. I hope your ankle is better soon, Jan -- just sit back and enjoy that beautiful garden... and heal!

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  45. Hi Jan - Thanks for your recent visits and comments, and I'm so excited about my "prize" coming soon! I need to get thinking about my own part of the deal, the PIF post and gifts. Lagging on this as with many other things lately. I'm so sorry about your ankle, that sounds painful! I am kind of accident-prone myself, have stepped backwards into space and ended up in the ER, hurt my back lifting crazy stuff, etc. It's no fun to be hurt but I hope you will be up and at 'em soon. Can you get a little seat or something so you can still garden? Your flowers look amazing, maybe they will grow all by themselves now that summer is pretty much here.

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  46. Hi Jan, so sorry to know about your ankle. I hope it heals soon enough. Lovely blooms in your garden and you're so right about enjoying the garden and its gifts. I totally agree!

    Get well soon!

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  47. Jan, I think it was generous of you to share the circs of your accident - maybe this will keep some of us from making the same mistake. It only takes a second of inattention at the wrong moment, doesn't it?

    One advantage of your current situation: a friend sprained her ankle badly and got a temporary handicap card from Motor Vehicles in her state, allowing her to park in disabled spots. She did really need it, but it was also very handy for the rest of us when we met in LA. So if your state has this service, take advantage! (You might also try taking arnica tablets to speed up the healing. And ice.)

    Beautiful collage, I'm glad you're distracting yourself so usefully.

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  48. Oh Jan. I'm so sorry to hear about your ankle. I'm sure that's frustrating especially this time of year. We gardeners wait and wait and wait to get out into the garden so we don't need set-backs like sprained ankles, do we?! I hope you get back on track soon. Sometimes my feet go numb sitting at the computer so long ~ now I'm going to be careful when I get up! At least you have some beautiful blooms to keep you company.

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  49. I'm sorry to hear about your ankle! I hope you can make the best out of it and still get to enjoy some parts of gardening:) I can't wait for the baby to come (3 more weeks) so I can actually do some gardening myself again besides walking around with the camera.

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  50. Oh Jan ~ I pray you will heal swiftly and soon be out and about in your gardens without your boot. I slipped off a step in 2000 and sprained not one, but both ankles. Not fun! It made me realize I need to be more aware of my surroundings and not be in such a hurry. I'm getting older not younger in this body of mine.

    Your pictures are lovely, a testament of the love and work you put into your gardens.

    Be well ~ FlowerLady

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  51. Hi Jan,

    Oh, frustrating! Do give it rest, ice, and elevation. If you don't, you'll just get more scar tissue and it takes longer and...(if I sound as if I know something about this experience, well, maybe I do. I'm actually famously clumsy ;->)

    We're all looking forward to more photos, your garden is so beautiful!

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  52. Now I found out the name in English

    Aquilegia vulgaris. Common Name: Columbine Genus: Aquilegia Species: vulgaris,

    Please let me know your address and you remind me in a while and I will collect some seed for you and send it. But I can not tell you the color since it will be different every-time with this kind of seeds.

    /Maria Berg

    Hope your foot is better 2day.

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  53. Thank you guys for your supportive words! They mean a lot to me;-)

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  54. Jan I hope your ankle is on the mend. This is a beautiful collage, may I ask what you use to make it ? do you have your own software or is it on google ?

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Thanks so much for visiting and taking the time to comment! Please enjoy your TODAY and all of the gifts in YOUR garden of life!

Jan

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