Tuesday, 16 September 2008

Thankyou cards.

Thank you cards for the nurses on the ward. Plain and simple... bit like me!!!


Christine (Craftling) said...

These are lovely, G! Simple, yes, but very stylish and beautiful! I'm sure the nurses will flip over them! :o)

There is nothing more precious than the gift of giving your time, and that's what a handcrafted card is... time in an envelope! And it reveals a great deal about the kind of person you are... a real smasher! :o)

By the way, I hooted when I saw your comment about eating your hat if anyone could give you a good enough reason to use word verification!! That was priceless!! lol ;o)

Have just sent you an invite to my Cosy Corner.. Thought I had done it already.. sorry! :o)

Will be thinking of you tomorrow, hun.

Big hugs,
Chris xx


Hello G these are lovely cards, the nurses will love them. I hope you are making a full recovery and getting plenty of rest. I am still waiting for your address, could you email it to me at littlepopits@aol.com when you get chance. Thanks hun. Big hugs

Fe-Fe said...

These are lovely. I'm sure the nurses will appreciate them and think they are lovely too. :-)

Dana said...

So cute! Sending you calm thoughts your way for an easy surgery!

Dana said...

Oops and meant to say I found your blog from Becca's at AmazingPaperGrace.com! She is sharing the Comment Wealth and I picked you!!

Christine (Craftling) said...

Speaking of thank you's that are due... You could have blown me down with a feather this morning when my postie came by with a RAK-pack from YOU! Bless your little cotton socks!!

Those House Mouse stamped images are GREAT! Thank you so much! It was so sweet of you to notice me saying on the House Mouse Challenge blog that I'd had to buy a couple of the smaller House Mouse stamps in order to take part in the challenges, so you sent me these!!!

Honestly, you are something else! Not only have you been fighting some horrendously stressful legal battle in the past few months, but on top of that, you're in hospital this morning for your second mastectomy. Yet, in all of that, you still took the time to think about little me. I'm tearing up just thinking about it.

Your brand of kindness just restores my faith in human nature!! :o)

Bless you, Gina, and I pray everything goes well today, and that you return to us, healing nicely, in double quick time!

Big hugs,
Chris xx