One would not imagine that having a broken bone in one's foot would impair one's ability to put together news tidbits from the world of birds and Nature, but apparently one would be wrong. At any rate, it has impaired my ability and I was not able to gather the information needed for the weekly "This Week in Birds" post. I apologize to my faithful readers who look for it and promise that I will try to get back to what passes for normal for me next week. In the meantime, thank you to those who have expressed concern and well wishes. You are much appreciated.    


  1. Take the time you need, Dorothy. Your health is much more important to me (as much as I enjoy your links).

  2. Je suis désolé. I am overcome with grief, stricken in more ways that I can account for, wracked with anguish, undergoing symptoms of severe withdrawal. Yet, take heart, I shall survive and come through it even stronger, as I wait patiently (well maybe not so patiently) for the next roundup. Get well, let that broken bone heal to the point where you can skip rope with the neighbourhood children. Then the roundup can come! Bon courage et bon weekend. David

  3. Hugs to you, Dorothy! Sending healthy wishes/vibes your way to a speedy recovery.

  4. Rest up and don't worry about posting the roundup again until you are healed enough.

  5. Broken bones and recovery healing can make a dent in one's life. It takes a long time too! Sorry to you about all this. I hope your ankle is on the right track. Thinking of you.

  6. I watched my brother (almost 60) recover from his broken leg last Christmas. He is just now able to walk without help. Rest. Recover!


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