Tuesday, September 20, 2011

my prize


even in the depths of  sadness  right now
we musn't ignore or miss the




good things that happen
I received my prize from the giveaway on Lisa's blog
Lisa is the most amazing artist
her art is with
felting
her blog is called


and it's in the big woods up north
and out of those woods come
art and knowledge and whimsy
and a huge talent and imagination that mustn't be missed

I know it isn't
Friday
but for those of you who haven't ventured up to the
big north woods yet
today is a really good day to go
there you will find
a little pixie
a little wood elf
dressed in her finest
vest
that her mummy made her
just wait till you see her
!!!!!


now you have to understand that this is all made by Lisa
she felts the wool
makes  the dye herself
in this case from actual mushrooms she finds in her woods
she dyes the wool
 and the thread that she embroiders with
she cuts the little wood chunks
the woman does it all
 and she has a family too
four little wood chucks and a hubby
I tell her she has magic fingers
well
because
she does


she of course didn't know when this would arrive
but it arrived at a good time
because it made me smile
and will continue to do so

thank you all for your kind words
it's going to take a long time for this to stop hurting so much
I'll try really hard to be up and positive in my posts
I didn't talk about it before because I didn't want it all to be a downer coming here
I know I have posted some negative things lately
but that's life and the way a blog works
I guess
if it's real
so we'll go on with the stitches and sillyness
and we'll smile when we can
and be greateful for
little mushrooms that find their way to us
and kind readers

:)





(and to that person who doesn't understand how one can be so sad over the loss of a pet
...get a heart)





9 comments:

madhu said...

You see! She sent you all the luck you needed from cat heaven to make you smile when you get the mushroom!!
Told you she is with you :-)

Lisa said...

I'm beyond happy to know that my little mushrooms brought you a moment of happy in your dark day. Up from here, my friend. Hugs.

CrochetBlogger said...

Beautiful felting art! What a nice thing to win.

Sending warm, kind thoughts your way.

The Butterfly Bush Diaries said...

The mushrooms are just wonderful! What a talent! I will certainly take a look at the blog.

I don't think you have been particularly negative at all on your blog M. After all, we are all human and for us to write happy all the time would be a bit odd because I know I am not always happy and as humans we are not are we? We experience a wide ranging scale of emotions and it would be hard indeed for them not to include themselves at times on our blogs.

One day at a time my friend......

Anonymous said...

Bless you. Mia S x♥x♥x♥x♥x

Anonymous said...

Bless the Husband too.
Even though you know it will happen it doesn't make it easier, and even though you know the heavy heart will ease in time, it doesn't ease it now. I feel for you both. I am so glad that something good also happened today. Mia S

MrS. :d (eLLeN) said...

Some little mushrooms delivered to make you smile today. Such tiny little workings, she's very talented. Thinking about you M.

T's Daily Treasures said...

Hi Marilyn, our internet hasn't been working at home. I missed what happened to your kitty but I don't see a post on it. So sorry to hear the sad news ... and can certainly understand your pain. There are lots of people who need to get a heart. I set up a box with old shirts and a box of litter in our stairwell for my outside kitty -- hubby came home from a business trip and was none too pleased. Shouting ensued, I told him all I heard was blah, blah, blah. I cannot see a sad, hurt animal and not help. I must go to bed now but am sending hugs and blessings your way, Tammy

Anonymous said...

Marilyn, I want to send you my condolences. I was sad to hear when Joy let me know last night, and to think how much you must miss your dear puss. Do you know this poem?: "Rainbow Bridge" at: http://www.petloss.com/rainbowbridge.htm

Take care,
Kristine