Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Hearts on a string --♥--♥--♥--



Thank you for all your support, encouragement and sweet words from yesterday's post. The latest report is that Mme Debonneville has hurt her spine and she is on bed rest. She has damaged her 3rd disk in her spinal cord and is awfully bruised... For how long she will be in hospital we still don't know. As soon as she is a little better we will visit with a big bowl of nice homemade soup, happy kids and homemade Get well cards. :D

And although things are a bit sad around here, I do continue to sew and crochet, make and decorate. I just have to. It fills me with joy and happiness.

I made this heart decoration last year and it looks fabulous on my green shutters. This year I have made a couple more. They bring love to my home and makes me happy when they are hung in a window spinning around... I might just bring this heart decoration for Mme Debonneville to cheer her up in hospital. Everyone needs a little Christmas spirit no matter where you are, right? And we all need love... That is what I will do. I'll give her our hearts to inspire her to not give up. :) Perfect - we are family of 5 - 5 hearts there is.

Kärlek
Annette

13 comments:

  1. Grandparents, old people, they are really great and wise and can always learn a lot from them ... I very much regret the accident ... and I wish with all my heart that she will recover soon. She is lucky to have friends like you and you're very lucky to have her in it. Hearts so beautiful you've made ​​love, for sure! We must always take joy everywhere, and even a hospital. All my thoughts to you and lady Debonneville. See you soon, Annette!

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  2. I'm sure bedrest will put Mme Debonneville right again. And I KNOW she will love it when you visit her! Please giveMme Debonneville our best (all the way from the USA!) <3

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  3. ❤Praying for your dear friend!

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  4. So glad that Madame Debonneville seems to be on the bmend. Hopefully her damaged disc will heal and that her bruises will get a little better every day. I'm sure she will just love those pretty hearts!

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  5. I´m sending you a big hug!

    This green-red looks good!

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  6. I'm so sorry to her about your good friend, I hope she makes a good recovery, your visits to her will help this I'm sure. We have been blessed with some wonderful elderly neighbours over the years, like your friend they have given great gardening advice, well advice about life in general! It was a privilege to support and help them as they got older. This world would be a much nicer place if we all cared for out neighbours just a little bit more! Please let us know how she is doing. Take care in that snow :)

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  7. lovely to bring her a string of your family hearts!!! sweet!!
    big big his, xxx Ale

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  8. so glad to hear better news. the hearts would be a lovely gift to hang so she can see them, Heather x

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  9. Beautiful hearts and a special gift they will be!! xo Heather

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  10. Its a lovely idea to take some hearts to your friend. I am sure it'll make her feel loved and more positive. xxx

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  11. Good news about your friend, she will love homemade cards, something red to cheer her up and of course soup!
    hugs to you,
    Meredith

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  12. Yes, it is good decision!! :-) Jolana

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Kärlek
Annette

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