This tree at the Clinic can be seen from one end of the large lobby area, on the wall of a wide walkway. It is a moving image that changes for seasons, projected from the ceiling and about eight feet tall. The video is grainy when loaded to Blogger, full page is worse. Too bad - looks great on my tablet! My favorite is the winter tree. Why such a simple distraction fascinated me is easy - I don't get out much.
This is a close up of the detail, the autumn tree.
In an adjoining sitting area, they have images of fish projected.
Carole's doc appt. went as planned and they are watching her closely for congestive heart failure which is the greatest danger during the wait time before surgery. Remember when I rammed the pavement bump and almost flipped her out of the wheelchair? Mark was pushing her through the snow and when he hit the threshold of the doc's door - deja vu. After wetting our pants from laughing, he had to wheel her backwards to get over that obstacle.
To Jean Bee (no-reply) - that pincushion was purchased.
To sheravery - you can purchase all Threads of Gold charts including Abe at Em-Lis website. Abe is not shown but you can call or email to order. Did Jingle Bird arrive safely?
Enjoy your weekend!!
Thanks for visiting.