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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Skywatch, Himmelsk

Under litt tvil poster jeg omigjen noen bilder fra september 2010. Da bodde vi på sykehotellet på Haukeland i Bergen i 2 uker etter at min mann hadde gjennomgått stamcelletransplantasjon. Nå er vi tilbake her, han har hatt en uidentifisert infeksjon i snart 2 måneder, og blir retestet og viderebehandlet. Almenntilstanden er ganske bra, så derfor ble vi hotellboere. Da vi kom hit ble jeg veldig minnet på den tiden for nesten 2 år siden. Jeg går på nåler igjen, og konsentrasjonen har vært dårlig en stund. 
Jeg har lyst til å blogge, men det tar meg litt lang tid å returnere kommentarer. Håper dere forstår!
Årstad kirke er nærmeste nabo til sykehotellet, en vakker kirke fra 1890. 


Slightly doubtful, I'm reposting some shots from September 2010. We were staying at the patient's hotel at Haukeland Hospital in Bergen for 2 weeks after my husband's successful stem cell transplant. Right now we're back here, he has had an unidentified infection for nearly 2 months, and he's being retested and treated. His general condition is pretty good, so that's why we're at the hotel. When we arrived here I was strongly reminded of those days nearly 2 years ago. I'm on edge again, and my concentration ability is wobbly at best.
I want to keep blogging, but it takes me a while to get around and return comments. We'll see how it goes, and I'm hoping for your understanding.
Årstad church is a close neighbor to the hotel, a beautiful 1890's church.





 













16 comments:

Inge said...

Varme og helbredende tanker sendes mod jer, håber lægerne får styr på infektionen.
Kærlig hilsen
Inge

Steffi said...

Very beautiful photos for SWF!Thank you for sharing and have a nice weekend!

Sylvia K said...

Lovely, different captures and beautiful skies! Enjoy your weekend!!

Sylvia

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

A solid church and wondrous sky!

San Miguel Sky

Genie said...

Do not fret about responding. You have far more important things on your mind . I do hope the doctors find the cause of the infection and get it under control. The pictures are so beautiful. I think they appeal to me so much because of the perspective from which you took them. Take care. genie

Judy said...

Hope they can figure out what is wrong with your husband, and ease your mind!
I love that you posted the same view with both daylight and night shots! There is so much contrast between them, and yet the building is the same! I love the ironwork on the doors! Almost delicate looking!

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

love this series of shots, especially the doors and the bold and lock..

ladyfi said...

Wonderful shots.

Gillisbloggen said...

Nydelige himmelske bilder av denne kirken.HA en fin helg og håper din mann blir frisk KLEM:=))

Melusine said...

Skjønner godt at konsentrasjonen ikke er på topp, håper det går bra med din mann.
Fine bilder av kirken, jeg liker godt detaljene :)

lorik said...

Great series. I love the perspective and composition. Art is a good distraction - I hope all goes well.

Bergen makes me think of a Jo Nesbo and his detective Harry Hole - another place I would love to visit.

Hegeslilleboble said...

Flotte bilder du viser! Ønsker dere lykke til, håper altgår bra!

Cheryl said...

Beautiful photos. Hope all is well with your husband.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Sending good thoughts your way Inger.

Stan said...

The paired day/night shots are really well done! It would be interesting to B&W versions of them --- All the best wished for your husband!!

Laura said...

thinking of you and your beloved praying for healing.

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