This is the last drawing in the 5th of 6 journals Nancy filled in June 2012
This is how it looks in stitch,
shown here with the delectables at City Cafe in Fayetteville, GA
where we went after Alison’s show tonight:
And here’s the sweet (and talented) one called Alison,
my daughter/Nancy’s niece,
also standing near the sweets.
It’s been a really sweet weekend so far.
She is my developmentally disabled sister-in-law, Nancy,
and I am Jeanne, the woman who flat-out loves her.
Go here to start at the beginning.
I LOVE this!
and i thank you!
I love you.
and you know i love you to a crisp.
No note? Please? xoxo
😉 and xo
Oh, Jeanne – oh Wholly and wonderfully Jeanne – I love you! This “my wand’s a wastin’” made me guffaw – sooooo glad I had already swallowed that gulp of coffee.
karen, you are such a great addition to crew with your effervescence and supportive nature. i just love you to pieces.
i heart you. in mad ways. and i’ve never told you that until just now, but i just need to let you know.
well, feel free to tell me again and again and again, okay? (btw, the feeling is mutual.)
This is a great spin on the prompt. Love it.
I think at the end you should record these tips as a short Video Blog. Priceless.
made me smile. not that i’m one to give a rip if people unfriend me on FB or unfollow me, but if I *did* care, yeah—total attitude!
thank you, sugar.
Awesome! Maybe I’ll quit reading the emails from Twunfollow! I love the way you write…reminds me of some of Bette Midler’s bits in her show. But so much better…love you!
agree with ericagrady – would be a wonderful video blog demonstration!
the sting of the unfollowing/defriending! I think with facebook sometimes I don’t realize I’ve been defriended unless I’m on their profile and there’s an option to “add as friend.”
Wah!? I thought we WERE friends. 🙂
You KNOW ABOUT the cool girls in the convertible. Gosh, they get around.
Glad to hear I’m not the only one targetted for Unfollow and Unfriending. What a mini-heart shatter those realizations can be.
I have found – that of all the things I have let go, I miss my mind the most. Given the opportunity, I’d love to have it back. Or at least, parts of it …
I’m a day late, but I love this tip. Being let go does not make you less of a person. You’re one smart fairy!!
My therapist has been telling me I need a coach-voice in my head, but maybe what I really need is a fairy godmother. 🙂 thanks –G