Wednesday, December 10, 2008

A Little Bit of Sunshine

And just when I needed it too. I got this lovely card in the post today and it couldn't have come at a better time.

It's been a rough few weeks and particularly bad this past week. Children have been poorly, weather has been worse, work has been hectic. But this past week my littlest, my wee baby man, had to go to hospital as he was taken with a mysterious infection. We still don't know what it was but it was very bad. He's finally on the mend thank goodness, but it's always worrying when your little ones are so poorly indeed.

You can image how I felt when I opened this up today. Sent from the US from one of my customers and "stamper" friends, it arrived at such a perfect time and with such a lovely sentiment. Made with one of my designs at Stampingbella, Gardenia Greenthumb was the best way to brighten my day. So LeAnne, and all of you who send me happy thoughts, thank you so very much. They are always very appreciated.

7 comments:

Ravenhill said...

Gretchen, so sorry to hear about what a hard time it has been especially that your son was so seriously ill. You must have been so worried. I am glad things are looking sunnier for you again! Have you given him some probiotics? He will surely need it after antibiotic treatment.
Wishing you better times ahead for the holiday season!
hugs from Emily

ingermaaike said...

So heartwarming in difficult times these rays of sunshine are!

Swirlyarts said...

At least the card arrived at exactly the right time. Hope you are all feeling better soon.

ArtMind said...

That's joy straight from the heart, Chichi! Hope your little man is doing better and better each day! :)

SoBella Creations said...

What a lovely card. I hope your son is feeling better.

LeAnne said...

I am so glad it arrived and that it brightened your day. I hope wee man is doing better and that your days will be brighter.

Tiddly Inks said...

I hope the little one is doing better and that you all get to enjoy a wonderful and relaxing Christmas. :)
Peace,
Christy