Friday, 7 November 2008

Thank You

Firstly I would like to thank the well wishes and patience of fellow readers. Then, most importantly I would like to thank Pam over at Life On A Southern Farm. Today in the mail a parcel arrived from Pam filled with lots of goodies, a gorgeous framed photo of Jack with another photo of him, a bag of various items from a Georgia arrowhead, a piece of pottery, an old button, stone and a guinea feather. In this parcel was also PeeWee Dog. He has been lovingly hand crafted by Pam and will be adopted by my daughter Holly. Pam, you do such a wonderful job with your needlework and if I could be half as good then my sewing would be great. Although the larger percentage of you are thousands upon thousands of miles away, the kind thoughts and well wishes mean more to me at this point in time than any of you may imagine. I expect nothing in life but friendship and what I received today is more valuable than any riches of gold or money and will be treasured for ever. In the darkest of moments, when the hill is too big to climb and faced with insurmountable odds, facing the mother of all fights and a fight I plan to is the caring of people like Pam and you all that are the difference to another day. Thank you all and Pam, may you always be blessed for the good lady you are .


Anonymous said...

First thing: It is wonderful to see you back blogging..
You are so welcome.
It wasn't much, but I am happy you liked it.
The button(from one of the old homestead sites where a seamstress lived in the early 1900's), the arrowhead, the early American piece of pottery from another homestead site, and the other items represented to me people from earlier eras that have struggled. And they lived right here on this spot of ground where I struggle now. I walk in their footprints.
You hang in there and keep your head up. Things will get better.
Have a great day.

CherryPie said...

I am glad to see you back and that the parcel cheered you up :-)

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

I'm sorry you've been having such a bad time, nunyaa and I feel for you. That dog is lovely and I hope he cheers you up as well as your daughter! Love from Sicily xx

Ms Smack said...

How thoughtful of your friend!


Welcome back.

jams o donnell said...

What a lovely gift

jmb said...

Welcome back Nunyaa, you've been missed. What a lovely surprise for you. There are many kind people out there which help us when we are confronted by the unkind on occasion.