Thursday, May 5, 2011

Feeling Better

It's getting better all the time.  I have moments that come up and hit me like a sledgehammer, and I'll be crying like crazy, but that's to be expected I guess.  This grief thing is very, very hard.  I am an impatient person and want it to be over with now!  But I guess I have alot more pain ahead of me, so if I start crying at the gas station or the grocery store, at least everyone knows me and they will talk to me or hug me.  I don't have to be shy around here.

So on to the good life.  Yesterday was beautiful, and I picked a nice bouquet to put on my front door.  I find it to be very welcoming, don't you?

This is a coral bead plant that my cousin gave me for Easter.  It's also called the Pincushion Plant, the Greek word being Nerteria.  From South America, I'd best keep this little gem in the house if I want it to survive.  Isn't it sweet?
Here is my latest skein of yarn.  I really like it.  But, I like every skein I make.  I'm soooooooooooo modest.  I have made such wonderful contacts at the Bellingham Farmer's Market, three local stores want to carry my yarns now.  Good thing I have that little mini spinner.  It goes everywhere with me now.

I've missed blogging, and I feel like I have turned the corner.  I hope to be back, at least twice a week.  Every day would be asking too much at this time, but who knows, we shall see.
Hugs everyone.  It's good to be back.

6 comments:

Piecefulafternoon said...

It is good to see you here - whenever you can make it.

The little plant is cute - and your yarn, well everything is just beautiful that you make.

Looking forward to your posts - and here's a hug or two just because . . . ((( )))

Pat said...

It's great to have you blogging whenever you can, but don't feel badly if you can't get to it that often. (I've not been blogging much, either.) I think of you often, though. Gosh...you have plants up there that I've never heard of....some you mentioned that you planted recently and now this cute plant you got as a gift. Your yarn is beautiful, too! If I lived up near that market, I'd be buying your yarn even though I'd not be able to make anything with it as I'm not a knitter....but it's so pretty to look at and I'm thinking it feels really nice, too.

Tangos Treasures said...

Trust me I so know!! It's crazy out of the blue when it hits & it's been hitting me hard lately(((Hugs)))

Gene Black said...

I am so glad to see you feeling better. You have every reason to be "modest" about your yarn, it is truly lovely.

Barb said...

You are such an inspiration. I am glad that you are feeling better and I am so glad that you have alot of friends and support. That is awesome about your yarns.

Micki said...

Glad to see you back and blogging. I know how hard all of this has been for you! It's wonderful that you are back again writing to us.
Micki