Friday, July 5, 2013


It has been 18 days since hubby's accident and the good news is he's recovering very well now that he's over the internal bleeding in his brain.
And we are extremely glad for all your positive vibes and good wishes. THANK YOU!!!

Today Buddy and I are sharing this.

The kitchen staff at the resort we attended got into the act of standing very still and later moving as though they were in movie frames. It was all truly fascinating to Buddy who wishes to go back for more fun soon and I do understand his need. It's no fun watching one's parent struggle with an injury but Buddy is kind and gentle to his dad as he makes a speedy and quite remarkable come back:)

Does anyone of you know what name has been given to this type of art form? Ive seen it around in tourist area malls too.


Olga said...

I am so very glad to hear good news from you!

I guess I would call that performance art, but I have no clue what the official name might be.

George said...

I'm glad to hear that your husband is recovering nicely from his accident. We hope and pray that he will continue to mend and will soon be back to normal. I can understand why Buddy is fascinated by the performance by the hotel staff. Such performances are amazing.

Betsy Adams said...

Great news about your hubby --but I will continue to keep him ---and YOU---in my prayers. How are you feeling these days?


Sandra said...

this is good news, is he home or still in the hospital? i don't know what they call this but have seen it on TV before, but not in person...

Arkansas Patti said...

Wonderful news about your husband. I hope he is home now, if not, that he soon will be.
I really thought they were statues. I think Olga nailed it.
How lucky for Buddy to be right in the middle of them.

Pearl said...

Oh, I didn't know!!

My best to him -- and to you and Buddy.


Manzanita said...

Thank you for your good news. I see it too but just heard "Performance Art." I suppose there is a fancier handle.

Joyful said...

I am SO glad your husband is recovering well. I will continue to keep you and he in prayer for your needed health answers. I saw Buddy's new room and it looks very masculine. I'm sure he will love living in his new room in the new home. I hope you all enjoy your new home as I know you had to wait for it.

Marie said...

SOOO happy your husband is recovering! That was such a scare, and I know many prayers went upward on his behalf! Such a relief for you and Buddy.

This is a fun post! I've never seen anything like this done before. It's no wonder Buddy found it fascinating.