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Australia #39

Birdscape#6...Great White Egret cruises up the river towards the cliff where the Swallows nest. These are elegant flyers, with slow and gracefull strokes of their  1.7 meter span wings.

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(Yesterday a breakthrough...I managed to read a whole chapter of a book for the first time in more than 12 months. The work seems to be paying off, and I now feel it is going to be possible to read whole books again!)

Australia #39

Birdscape#6...Great White Egret cruises up the river towards the cliff where the Swallows nest. These are elegant flyers, with slow and gracefull strokes of their  1.7 meter span wings.

                  =========÷=========

(Yesterday a breakthrough...I managed to read a whole chapter of a book for the first time in more than 12 months. The work seems to be paying off, and I now feel it is going to be possible to read whole books again!)

comments (5)

Bravo pour tes progrès !
  • Chris
  • England
  • 20 Jul 2019, 07:01
How agreeable to hear of your improvement Ray - keep it up!
Ray: There is still a way to go, Chris, but this step is very pleasing to me.
That is great news Ray.
Ray: I am very happiny about this progress, Bill.
Heartiest congratulations, Ray. You deserve it for working so hard.
Ray: The recovery continues, Mary, and still has a way to go, but this is a big step for me.
That is very good news Ray, I would be lost if I couldn't read several chapters every night before I turn the bedroom light off.
Ray: Reading is one of my passions, Brian, so recovering the capability is very important to me.

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