Hello my dear friends.
It’s been too long and I truly miss posting bad pictures along with bad English writing.
The clouds are clearing and the sky is looking brighter every day.
Just two weeks after my surgery it was my mother’s turn to end up in the hospital bed with a severe case of gallstones. She had surgery yesterday and she is recovering amazingly well.
Everything landed on my father’s shoulders and he rose to the occasion like the super hero that he is.
So… I’m feeling fine, my mother is leaving the hospital on Sunday and this has brought us all together even more.
There’s nothing I can write that could express the amazing heart warming feeling that is to know I have a family I can count on. We truly are family!
But… the same goes to friends… from Portugal and Angola to Argentina, from Australia to New Zealand, from the UK to Canada, Holland or the US. From Spain to the Dominican Republic, you guys make me feel I’m worth something, much, much more than I deserve so I humbly bow to all of you and I must say: Thank you, thank you from my heart.
That being said… new times are coming and I still have a couple of pictures in me so… here I go again! 🙂
These were taken the day before my mother’s surgery.
I had to take a small camera with me and my choice was the Ricoh GR1s. The hospital is a pretty dark place so I hacked the DX code on a Kodak Trix to make it a ISO 3200 film. The Ricoh GR1s only has DX reading, not a manual option. If you want that option you can find it the the GR1v model.
Kodak Trix 400@3200
Adox APH 09