Monday, August 16, 2010

*Hello Rollercoaster*

Just a quickie from me on a beautiful Monday afternoon.  I am feeling human again for the first time since my stomach problems started 6 days ago.  I am actually wanting to eat and feeling able to swallow without a fight.


I hopped a flight to Regina last night after approximately 36 hours of Mom not doing well again... by the time my flight hit the ground, Mom was awake, feeling OK and laughing with her favourite nurse at the hospice.


So as not to freak her out, I am hanging at her house today while Heather sits with her at the hospice.  The family will be hitting the road today and we have told Mom I am with them....  we will stay for a few days and head back home unless something changes.  


And obviously, things change.


I don't like rollercoasters.... real ones or emothional ones!


But this is the journey I am on and I am fighting to be strong.


Anyway....


A little piece of goodness for you....
II am very sad to report that in my haste to get to the airport, I left my book of information at home.  I can tell you that the patterned paper is Stampin' Up!, as is all of the cardstock.  I have no idea definitely what colours I used... So Saffron is there but I'm not 100% sure on the other colours... I wanna say Rose Red and Always Artichoke.  But I could be wrong LOL.  The layout is the FTL98 over on the CAS Blog.


More and more, with my life so much in an uproar, I LOVE these clean and simple layouts.....
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3 comments:

Kathy Braun and Lucky said...

Hang in there, you are doing a fantastic job, considering everything you are trying to do. Your card is beautiful and it's ok, if we don't know the details right now. Great job!

Shannon said...

Cute card .... organizing the supplies makes me create.

Anonymous said...

cute card Nancy... I like the simple lines of it.
As for the roller coaster... it happens ... what more can I say??? give mom a hug for me and tell her a dirty joke or something .Glad she can laugh .. and that goes for you too. Hugs , Gerrie