Saturday, July 7, 2007

7/7/07 Home Sweet Home

Great to be home.

All plans full steam ahead....including a wonderful visit with family and grandson, Matthew.

They say I look great, so I am going with hearsay--for now.

Wonderful to sleep in my own clean bed in my own clean space.

The apartment is cool and comfortable and so am I.



Leslie said...

Welcome home, Mary!
(May your home always be pleasing to you!)
SADAA= always
TUBHYAM= to you
TAVA= your
GRHAM= home
ROCHATAAM= may it be pleasing
ANURAAGENA SAHA (with love),

Barbara Nicol said...

Dear Mary,

Sneaking in with your blog in the middle of the day...but we caught you!

Glad you are enjoying being at home.
Didn't know that your middle name was Louise.. that was my mother's middle name, too.

Sending light and love,

maryp said...

Hi Mary,
While mowing the lawn a few minutes ago I was thinking how peaceful(in spite of my not so "green" mower) with everything in full bloom and the dogs ever at my side. I am glad that you are feeling that way now that you are home. You are staying in my heart, on my mind and in my practice.
Mary Pace (CT)

Tamar Kelly said...

"Wheresoever you go, go with all your heart."
And of course, all the hearts you have touched go with you too.
Glad to hear you are happily at home.
Love Tamar

Ruthe said...

Dear Mary,

I'm Glad to hear you're home and comfortable You are in my thoughts and prayers daily. Love, Ruthe

Ruthe said...

Dear Mary,

I'm Glad to hear you're home and comfortable You are in my thoughts and prayers daily. Love, Ruthe

Columbia said...

GREAT to hear tht you are home!
keep on smiling that wonderful smile of
may your beautiful bed be healing and
your home an oasis....

much love,

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Ellen said...

Dear Mary,

Keeping tabs through Judy, great reports (and she's tough!)

I'm off to Aix en Provence for a week, so if you'd like to order anything lavender, this is the time!

sending all my love,

Ariane said...

Dear Mary,
There's nothing like resting in your own nest to let the healing begin. I'm thinking of you often and praying for your full recovery.
Thank you for keeping us with you through the blog, it's another variation of love stretching to the fingertips, then tapping a keyboard!
Love, Ariane

Jo Ann Warren said...

Dear Mary,
It is good to know that you are home.
You are surrounded with loving and healin forces from your family and also your home. It is a wonderful place to be.
My heart is filled with compassion and light for you and I join in with all those who love you

Tobias said...

I've been following your posts and appreciate the updates. Your voice, your teachings, reverberate in my consciouisness, and continue to inspire me. May the inspiration you have given resonate within you throughout your convalescance. --Tobias

Marc Z said...

Dear Mary,
How glad I was to read your "home sweet home"!!

I still remember how wonderful it felt (not only the first time even) laying on those clean, your own, that you know and likely chose yourself, sheets, and the way your body known bed cradles you!

So, I say "yay"!! May the colors and sights you live with more regularly comfort you and further help urge those lost cells (souls?) to their useful place.

Fingers/arms wide.

Don't remember if I told you my left floppy foot ~is~ helped by use of MBTs, at least from added height.

(I was here formerly "Marc D") but my name label is far less impt than my well wish for you!

Robin Janis said...

Ah, not to be cut off,
not through the slightest partition
shut out from the law of the stars.
The inner--what is it?
if not intensified sky,
hurled through with birds and deep
with the winds of homecoming.

-Rainer Maria Rilke

welcome home Mary, a welcomed homecoming.



Ja Soon Kim said...

Dear Mary,
No place like home... specially on the West side.
So happy your Mr. tip-toe walking Matthew visited you. Such joy to see grand babies.
Heaps of love and aloha to you,
Ja Soon
p.s. Please rest and rest.

jan and nub turner said...

Hi Mary,
Talked with Buzzy. Sorry to miss him in Ann Arbor. We will try to get together next time, we were at Boyne for the 4th. Nub and I will be glad to help you and Buzzy with anything that you need done in Ann Arbor. Just let us know what you need. Love ya, Jan and Nub

Ned Grant said...

Wishing you the best, Mary!
Ned and Mary Grant

Maria C. said...

Hello Dear Mary!

Welcome home! Sweet home!
It's always nice to be home, it feels like Tadasana!
I just got back home from few days closer to the sky, and away from computers, up the mountains where I took you with me. I thought about your beautiful self as I walked up and down breathing and taking in the majestic CA nature. You are such a wonderful beautiful master piece of nature who always bring joy to all of us, express love, gratitude, happiness and inspire and encourage so many of other beautiful beings to be even more so. Thank you so much for all you are and all you give!
My heart pump with profound love and healing thoughts toward you.
A deep sincere admirer from CA

maria ;)!

maggie said...

Dear Mary, Joan and I are in Woodstock and just learned your news. We wish we could see you in person to give you hugs. Until that time, we're glad to be able to be in touch through your blog. We're especially thrilled that you're going to be reading this post at home.

We send you all good vibes (considering this is coming from Woodstock that's no small matter!) and lots of love.

Maggie and Joan

Yogarosa said...

7/7/7 Lucky You! Sending love and light from your admirers from South Florida. Welcome Home.

Aileen said...

Dear Mary,
I was happy to catch up on your blogs and read that you are now home. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Norma Colón said...

Thank you, Mary-

You give us the Darma.
You gather the Sangha.
Can the Buddha be far behind?

Love & prayers,

Norma Colón said...

Ah, there truly is no place like home!! Enjoy your space and stay MARY!
You are our polestar, our guiding, our light.


abbeyhope said...

Dear Mary,
I am visiting the institute in Pune, for the first time. After a week it is starting to feel like home, although half way around the world. Spending time with your teachers, I am constantly reminded of the lineage, of my teachers at home, of you. This connection, as well as the heart connection, as well as the internet connection, reminds me of, well, of that blessed human inter-connectedness.

lisa said...

Dear Mary
Constant stream of healing love and light coming your way from KANSAS! Grateful that you are home. Grateful for all that you are to me and this world! Peace to you as you journey onward to wellness. GIANT CYBER HUG coming your way!

With so much love and gratitude,
Lisa G.

Leslie said...

Mary Louise-The Atlanta Shufords send our love and prayers for your complete health. We are so glad to hear you are home and have great support from family and friends. Thanks for the blog. It is good to hear you are in good spirits and responding well to treatment. As always, your beatiful smile is contagious

Chris Nounou said...

Dear Mary,

I've just returned from 3 weeks away and am so happy to hear that you are home and in good spirits. You have been in my thoughts and prayers.I believe so fervently that with all the love that has been pouring out to you, you will heal well and will continue to do your life's work.

I love you and wish you comfort and an easy healing path.