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In reply to scylla:
I am healthy in body, but my dearest friend is not, as we discovered at Xmas, and I may lose her soon. I've also simultaneously lost my 10 yr relationship, and am devastated. My distraction from this is accompanying my friend on her medical appts locally and at a distance. We are each other's moms, and in that we are very fortunate.
My friends here are a balm to me I cannot express. Seeing the birds and critters and comments refreshes me in ways nothing else can...strange! So bless you all, I am leaning on you, I'll be in and out as I can here!
scylla said:Thank you for good wishes, GARDENBIRDER, I am still trying to digest our dear CC's last message :'(
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In reply to CC:
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
In reply to Lisa K:
Lisa K said:I get these informative e-mails periodically and thought I'd share this one (I hope this is the correct forum for doing so). www.10000birds.com/puerto-ricos-birds-after-hurricane-maria.htm
What a wonderful piece of research, thanks for sharing Lisa. It gives some hope that species can recover but of course, should not distract our efforts from doing what we can to play a part in the climate change/biodiversity challenges.
Lisa K said:There was sad news from the Bald Eagle Nest in SW Florida, Harriet and M15’s little eaglet died overnight
Oh no, oh no! I am just home to this terrible news and feel so sad. I've watched this nest for a number of years but haven't been able to look in these last few days. I'm afraid I can't watch the videos but thank you for sharing the links anyway. I'm gutted.
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