Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Thank you, thank you, thank you .....

..............Ingrid.
Look what the post man brought today.
It's so lovely, a Rak
Beautifully wrapped
And look what's inside it... 
 
 
 This beautiful stitched pin keep, and a saying that is 'close to my heart.'
 
  And the chart, La foret Enchantee Printemps by Tralala.
 I can't wait to get back to stitching and this will be my first effort when I get this brace off. It has been 12 weeks, only 3 more to go.  This RAK from Ingrid was a beautiful surprise, so thank you again Ingrid, I love, love, love it!
xx

14 comments:

Una said...

Hi Chris,I'm very pleased to read your blog and know you are on the mend,I can't imagine what pain you have been through,but hopefully your near the end of it all now.Borde as I'm sure you were not being in the thick of your sewing world,and I know it must have taken its tole on you but as your beautiful gift tells you...believe in yourself and you will be back with us in no time...sending you a Big Hug..Una.xxx

Vickie said...

How absolutely perfect of Ingrid! I am happy for you Chris. You take care and you are almost there!!

Kate said...

Such a lovely gift.

Justine said...

What a lovely RAK from Ingrid, the pinkeep is gorgeous and I have some of her finished ornies so I know just how perfect the stitching and finishing will be! Lovely chart too, hope it's not too long before you feel well enough to stitch it.

Annette-California said...

Beautiful gifts received! You certainly needed some happy mail!
You are more than half way threw, 3 weeks should go by fast.
Hey maybe cross stitching will be good for physical therapy for your arm!!! love Annette

Julie said...

Such a wonderful and pretty surprise from Ingrid. A very lovely chart she had gifted you with too.

Mary - Lecoeurceltique said...

What a lovely surprise for you.

Mii Stitch said...

So happy I was able to cheer you up a little :)
Glad my little surprise was appreciated.
3 weeks and then you'll have your life back! Take care of yourself x

Frances N said...

How lovely!

Angela Tucker said...

What a beautiful gift! I took a peek around and have to say that I drooled over your gorgeous flowers!! I live in California and with the heat and the drought, I have pretty flowers one day, crispy flowers the next! LOL

Hooked on Stitches said...

A beautiful gift :) Enjoy.

Deb said...

Great update!

Joanne Noragon said...

Thank you for stopping by. Look at your garden! My granddaughter realized the foxglove is a reseeder. She loves to collect the seeds "so they don't go to waste." The grand girls are the little gardeners!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

What a thoughtful gift, I just saw it on Mii's blog and thought "that arrived quickly!"

I hope you get back to stitching very soon.