Tuesday, 25 October 2011

One week on

So already a week has gone by since our darling Ruby past away. So many kind messages, cards and flowers have been received and a special poem in memory of Ruby from Harvey our Grandson.

Slowly life begins to settle down and the pack are beginning to go back to normal.


I started this layout at papermaze crop but couldn't concentrate as I was worrying about Ruby and obviously brewing the bronchitis. Decide to finish it yesterday and pack away my crafting things. Layout was designed by Lesley using Echo Park pp's Victorian garden.


Been meaning to scrap this photo of Ben for months, another super class kit from Papermaze using papers from Jillibean soup. Ben played the part of the Inn Keeper in his first school Nativity play and after much coaching at home was word perfect for the performance!

Such sad news about the fire at papermaze, my heart goes out to Vanessa and her family and I hope they can get started again soon. All those lovely layouts that decorated the walls all gone, totally devastating! thank goodness no one was hurt!

Well so much for thinking I was well ahead of the game and organised, my list of things I need to do before losing the use of my hand again seems endless.


Dr says my chest is much better, so paws crossed for Friday. I shall be really fed up if it's cancelled and can only hope for the best.

4 comments:

Sue said...

That is a lovely LO of Ruby. I am so glad you felt up to finishing it.

Fab LO of Ben. Nativity Play...now that takes me back:)

Hope you can get everything done on your list.

Winnie said...

We'll be thinking of you on Friday

Love and licks, Winnie

Karen leonard said...

Thinking of you xx Lovely LO of Ruby.

Carol said...

Hi sue,

Well its now Sunday and I know that you're home. Keeping fingers crossed that all goes ok for you (hugz) xx.

What gorgeous layouts of Ruby and Ben looks a grand inn keeper...

Have just been catching up on your blog can't believe that it was 2 years ago that Jim had his op..where on earth has that time gone, and well done Jim...he's done us all proud xx

Take care and see you soon xx