Friday, 7 November 2008
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 farm...an 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 win....it 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 .