Wednesday, February 11, 2009

ABC Pinkeep

I bought this "little" bird two weeks ago. And because it's wednessday I allowed myself to start this one. (My Baubles February is finished, so I can start a new one today.)
The piece in the family is back again (yesterday the hospital made a huge misstake to say that my father died on February 6th, even he's well alive and still staying in the hospital), so I think I need some rest and piece and I new start.



Thanks for looking!

7 comments:

KarenV said...

Oh my goodness Carin {{{hugs}}}} What a terrible mistake to make! You certainly deserve a new start after that shock and such a pretty one too :)

I hope your father recovers quickly and is able to return home soon

Carin said...

Karen thank you so much. It's a horror story. He have Parkinson desease for 16 years now and they found a "cyste" in his left kidney. So he's getting scans and other tests.
But he is a strong man; he survived longcancer in 2003 and multiple cardiac arrests in 2001. I hope that he is still amoung us for a long time. His birthday is next Friday and he will be 76 years old.

Lots of love from me!

Patti said...

What an awful thing for them to say. And you are right you do deserve a new thing to start - beats eating for comfort that's for sure. Love Patti xx

mainely stitching said...

Oh what a horrible shock!!! Indeed, some gentle relaxation and enjoyment are necessary!!

Annemarie said...

My goodness, Carin, how on earth could that have happened. I hope everyone has recovered from the shock.
I was planning to start with 'thanks so much for visiting my blog', but that seemed odd. What's also odd is that I'd never seen your blog before and it's gorgeous, as is your stitching.
Hey! You're from my neck of the woods! I was born and raised in Berkel and had an unsuccessful 'middelbare schoolcarriere' in Zoetermeer :o)

Siobhan said...

Carin, big hugs to you, you definitely deserve to treat yourself to a new start!! I will keep your dad in my prayers.

astitchingexpatlife said...

Wow that is quite a shock!! What a horrible mistake for them to make.
I lived close to you for a few years; Den Haag. We left the Netherlands about 20 years ago due my hubby's work and have been living in different countries since then.

groetjes uit New Jersey,
Karin