Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Updates and a thank you to everyone

Thank you all who have been praying for my mom and cousin.
All the lovely comments are very appreciated. Mom is being
moved to assisted living today and will be able to go home after
she is able to walk better. She has a lot of pain, but she is getting
better everyday and I am very grateful for that.
I have been sitting with my sadness and anxiousness instead of
pushing it away and when I do that, it moves swiftly through me
and I am able to let go of worry. Still watching the funny movies too :-).
I have finished Erin's painting and will show photos after she receives it.
I have not touched clay for a few weeks and have been dreaming of it
nearly every night, so today I am going to follow my bliss and make
something, a mug, a bowl, not sure yet.
The two bowls I showed you a couple weeks ago have found homes!
One has made it's way to Diantha and one is on it's way to the UK
in a trade with Melanie. This makes me happier than I can express :-).
I am off to play. Keep the prayers coming. Love you, XOXO


Erin Davis said...

I will definitely keep those prayers coming, Annie.

Unknown said...

Still praying, grrrrrlie. I would think that working with clay would be a great de-stressor. Keep smiling and laughing, sweet annie:>)

Annie said...

Erin and Shiny-Thanks to two of the most darling girls ever :-).

Yoli said...

I am so, so happy about your Mom. Now get yourself to the clay!

Unknown said...

So much peace in the creative process. Clay, paint, photos, whatever....Take care of you, and the rest will work itself out.
Positive thoughts coming your way!

gypsy moon designs said...

Hi Ann,
I hope you had a peaceful day!

I am passing along the "One Lovely Blog" blog award to your lovely blog!

Suzanne said...

You're doing all the right things -- keeping to your path in the midst of appearances -- and trusting that all is well. Somehow I feel comforted knowing your mother is in assisted living. I have the feeling that is good for her to be there for many reasons.

Many blessings to both of you.

ishing bliss to your fingers working the clay.

Anonymous said...

Follow those dreams of clay. There is probably something which your subconscious has given birth to but needs to be given form. Looking forward to seeing what you make.

Teri and her Stylish Cats said...

I had been busy with visitors and the cats, and checked on you today, and gosh, what a week and sounds like you are learning to get through this unpredictable life and come out stronger...but it would be nice not to be tested so much, right?!

And it sounds like your mom is as strong as you...I wish her a speedy recovery!

Unknown said...

I'll repeat what Melanie said 'follow those dreams of clay' !!! Keep smiling my good friend/love/M