Friday, 9 November 2018

MIA and Mini Bear passing her driving test


Well it has been quite a while since I posted on here.   In May my husband suddenly collapsed and died and my life, as I knew it, basically fell apart.  He hadn't been ill and at only 50 it wasn't something that we thought would happen at this stage of our lives - I thought we had plenty of years ahead of us. 

I'm now trying to get on with life but it is very hard.  However, over the last few months crafting has helped.  I haven't done a lot of physical crafting, but have been reading blogs, watching You Tube videos and looking at Facebook - especially useful during the early hours when I can't sleep!!

Anyhow I've eventually got a card to share

The image is called Mini Bear by LOTV and has been coloured with Copic Markers.  The sentiment is a combination of Handwritten Phrases by LOTV together with computer generated text.

Not sure if I still have any follows, but if I do thank you for visiting and for any comments you may leave - I really do appreciate them.


Jennifer said...

Dear Deborah,

I am so terribly saddened to read your devastating news. What a dreadful shock it must have been to lose your beloved husband so suddenly, and at such a very young age.

I am sending thoughts of strength to you and your son, and hope that in time smiles will replace your tears, as you reflect on happy times that you both shared.

Jennifer. xx
P.S. I almost forgot...I love your cute card. You have certainly not lost your skill at colouring.

cotnob said...

I'm so sorry to hear your terribly sad news Deborah, what a shock for you, I can't begin to imagine what you have been through. I hope you are managing to begin to piece your life back together, it must be so difficult for you. I'm so pleased to hear that crafting has helped you a little and it is lovely to see that you have created a card, such a super card as well - your map paper is perfect with your fun image.
I hope you will continue to create and share cards with us.
Take care and hope to see you back soon.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

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