14 December 2008

Hi, Hello!

Still here... but a bit exhausted I have to admit. The last month or so has not been a smooth ride. My mother is still in hospital, slowly recovering from her accident. She won't be able to come home for Christmas though so we will spend a lot of time at the hospital over the holidays.

I would like to send a big thank you to everyone who has left a comment over the last weeks. Your kind words has meant a great deal to me and my mother is very happy about all the Getting Well wishes she has received. Thank you!



Also a big thank you to Sara who send me a copy of her book Faces. If you are a fan of Sara's work you should definitely treat yourself to this book. So many lovely pictures and loads of inspiration. Sara you are a star! I look forward to seeing you again next year!

I have finished my two pieces for the Cyber Fyber Exhibition that opens on January 8. They are on their way Susan! I hope they make it on time. There is still time to join the International Random ATC Swap. Don't miss it!

I have been swaping some ATCs lately. This is two ATCs that I have received.












The first on is from Colette and the second one from Judy. Thank you ladies!

Have a great week!

5 comments:

Genie said...

Hi Annica,
Happy Xmas and Get well wishes for your mum,
Sara's book looks good as do the ATC's
Luv Genie

Gunnels blog said...

Så besvärligt det låter med din mamma och att vara på sjukhus över jul. Men bara hon bättrar sig så...!!

Är Saras bok på engelska eller bara på tyska ??

Ha en bra jul!

Paula Hewitt said...

what a shame your mum will still be in hosptial for Christmas - i hope she is better soon.
Saras book looks great.

Wanda said...

You are so fortunate...your mom might be in the hospital but you are close enough to visit!! That is a blessing. Hang in there and remember what Christmas means to you. And I am praying that brings a smile to your face

Susan said...

Hi!
I'm sorry to hear that you'll be spending more time in the hospital, especially over Christmas. When Mathias was six months old he had skull surgery....at Christmas. The one thing about the experience that still stands out in my mind is that everyone is so incredibly wonderful and kind at that time of the year. The staff was amazing. I hope you find the same holiday spirit.

Thank you, too, for blogging about CYBER FYBER and the random swap! Cards are starting to arrive....and, of course, your three are in the box already. I'll write again when your artwork arrives here!
Susan