She’s Alive! EDDD 23rd, Navigator edition

23 Dec

Linda is experiencing dizziness, blurred vision, fatigue, and a very sore neck. Considering how serious a concussion can be, all I can say is thank God for small blessings. Hopefully she’ll be back to blogging soon and in full health.

Relatively good news, everyone. Linda survives. Minor concussion, with dizziness, fatigue, and blurry vision symptoms. Her biggest complaint is of a stiff neck. While not the best of Christmas presents, given how serious her icy fall could have been, I think we should all be grateful that it wasn’t worse.

So, until Linda’s symptoms abate sufficiently, I’ll try to keep her EDDD alive.

Right. The image. You may be witnessing the first ever Christmas ladder. Someone who is a working Mom and whose husband has been away on business got fed up with the commercialized nature of Christmas. So she said to heck with it, not going out to buy another tree, what do I have on hand?

Voila. Thus is born the Christmas ladder. A new tradition. If she had been a known artist, the Art Museum of Canada would have paid millions (of taxpayers’ money) to buy it…

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7 Responses to “She’s Alive! EDDD 23rd, Navigator edition”

  1. cttbbelliott December 24, 2013 at 10:23 am #

    Prayers going up for Linda…..Merry Christmas! Brenda

    • navigator1965 December 24, 2013 at 10:36 am #


      Thanks for the prayers – much appreciated. Could you also share this comment at Linda’s blog too, SVP? Thanks,


  2. suzjones December 28, 2013 at 10:19 pm #

    An award for you (should you choose to accept it – won’t be upset if you don’t). Thanks for being part of my wordpress family. 🙂

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