Sunday, May 2, 2010

Mosaic Monday...

Hi everyone and Happy Mosaic Monday to you. I still haven't felt like myself yet so I haven't been posting again all this week. I hope that yous are doing good! I made some mosaics for everyone to see today and I have a wonderful and very touching story behind some of them.
As yous all know I have bad kidneys and I'm in and out of the hospital more then I'm home with surgeries, infections, kidney failure, stones and the list goes on and on. Well, back in October I had become very ill (even though I've been sick all of my life) and am still fighting to get well and my dear friend, Beth from Bellesanbeaus Crafts had made arrangements with some friends and my Church to have a card go around the world and be signed from friends as far away as England, Canada, Netherlands and then all throughout the US! Then Beth had spoke to a good friend of mine from my Church, Jean Bly and she got together with my friends there and a wonderful woman made me a gorgeous card and they all signed it for me to. I've had such a wonderful response from everyone, people I know and don't know, people I've only spoke to on the computer and friends and family alike. I have to say that I'm so touched by everyone for all your prayers, love, gifts, cards...I'm speechless except to say thank you so much from the bottom of my heart! I love all of yous...thank you! A very special thank you to you, Beth for thinking of me and doing all of this for me...I love you Sis!
So, here's the card that went all around the world:

Here's the card not in a mosaic:

Then here's the card that I had received from my Church:

Now for the beautiful card not made in the mosaic form:

Again, I want to thank all of you from the very bottom of my heart, yous don't know how much this means to me!
Also on this Mosaic Monday I want to share this mosaic picture of my wonderful, loving and so precious family:

I really enjoy making the mosaic pictures and then looking at all the wonderful mosaic pictures that everyone makes every week. But it's all thanks to Mary, at Little Red House. So, a big thank you to Mary for hosting this event! Also, if you would be so kind to visit Mary she'd love to have you, and while you're there to look at all the other mosaic pictures our friends here in Blogland have made, there's some beautiful and fascinating ones to for you to see!
Thanks so much for stopping in today and I hope that you have a beadiful day! So...until the next time, Bead Happy!
Hugs and happy beading...