Tuesday, August 11, 2009

creating reality



Hello Everyone!

Sorry I haven't been around much lately. I had the family funeral to attend, relatives visiting, then was in Kentucky. I head to Indiana on Thursday, and will be back by Saturday. I have missed you all and will check in as soon as I can.

Hope everyone is doing well !!!

XOXOXO

16 comments:

LENORENEVERMORE said...

my sincere condolences to your family...
We miss you too, take your time though! ~Take care lady!

xo*

Draffin Bears said...

My deepest sympathy, for you and your family.
May the memories you hold in your heart bring healing and peace.

My thoughts are with you.
Hugs
Carolyn

down and out chic said...

definitely take your time and i'm deeply sorry for your loss.

down and out chic said...

oh, and a big hug to you!

Des said...

I completely understand. And again please accept my condolences to you and your entire family.

The Curious Cat said...

Oh dear - condolences too - hope everyone is bearing up well. I like your postcard - thought-provoking! xxx

Elianne said...

hello! :) I'm Laura.

Violetcarsons.

steven said...

my empathy goes to you and your family. the quote from dr. dyer is good! have a peaceful day. steven

GYPSYWOMAN said...

peace and love - jenean

The Cottage Cheese said...

Sweetie, my thoughts continue to be with you and your family. Safe travels and we, your loyal blog friends, will be here when you get back. Hugs from me and my pups!

Anthony said...

Have a safe & sane trip, Six!

Of course, you could just "create" the reality of a nice little traveling experience, right? ;)

See ya, when you get back!

themom said...

My sympathies heading your way. that makes for a rough time, I know. Take your time - just relax after the globe-trotting.

John said...

So sorry for your loss. Sure have missed you. Get some much needed rest and slowly work your way back to the blog. By the way, your blog background is be beautiful. xoxo

*SparkleMirror* Kiln-Fired Art Studio said...

I recently experienced the ten year anniversary of my father's loss to pancreatic cancer. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Debra.
On to the lighter note of your lead photo quote (beautiful, by the way)...
Wayne Dyer was the first "self-help" author I ever read, way back in the early 80's... "Your Erroneous Zones". And this quote of his hits at the heart of all his philosophies, and is the kernel that stays with me (or I continually have to remind myself of).
Dawn and I send many hugs (((((+))))) You are loved!
David

drollgirl said...

so sorry to hear you were attending a funeral. oh, those are so hard!

this is my first time here, but i look forward to coming back many a time! :)

Clelia said...

EVERYTHING WRITTEN IN THE PIC IS TRUE! I TOTALY AGREE.


nice blog :)

Clelia from London