Thursday, 6 August 2009

A Most Incredible Artist and The Sweetest Friend!!!!








As some of you know I have been having a difficult time with my Lupus.... I really do not wish to dwell on it...... I am going through a drug therapy. So far so good, you know the nausea and the tiredness, good grief, I am so tired! I am trying to stay positive and helping me do this all started with Karen's Party of Where Women Create!!! Yeah, I was so inspired by the many talented and wonderful women out there..... such fabulous rooms. You really cannot stop spending hours gazing at the delightful and breathtaking rooms each and everyone has!!!!
Anyway, back to the positive thinking, I am refusing to let Lupus take control, so I am working hard to finish my swaps and my giveaways.
A while back, I did a swap with Susan from Mouse Droppings. She is the most incredible and talented artist! Not only does she sew, felt and paint, she does rug hooking and needle punch!!! OMG she does it all!!! You really need to see her sweet, darling critters!! I fell in love with her rabbits and mice the instant I saw them!!!

I just wanted to share with you the gifts I received from Susan, beautiful!!!!!!!!
Love the rabbit, and the little booklet and the packaging!!! The lovely candle and the soap!!
I love sheep! This was a wonderful swap,  it has made me work even harder to finish my gifts that I am behind on........ yeah, I feel energized!
Thank you Susan, love my sweet bunny!!!!!!

12 comments:

Andrea said...

I am glad you were energized by another's kindness. I will be praying for you as you journey through this drug therapy.
Blessings, andrea

Susan Pilotto said...

Well look at that cute bunny...hee hee...where ever did you get him...thanks Margaret for the great post. Lotsa hugs for you! Susan

Lisa said...

Oh Margret!! Your bunny is just Perfect!!! The package was just lovely! I know you are thrilled! Thanks so much for stopping by today. I do so hope you are feeling better!
Hugs, Lisa

Coastal Sisters said...

I love your Treasures from your sweet friends! Things like this always make my day!

I hope you will continue to get better sweetie. I will keep you in my prayers!

Love,
LuLu~*xoxo

Jodie LeJeune said...

Hi Margaret~
Lupus is such a mean disease...my Mother suffered from it most of her life. I feel for you and you are in my prayers.
Glad to hear you are so energized! Would we call that little bunny the real "Energizer Bunny" ;) He's precious!
I totally agree with you about Karen's party...it was a blast and so awe inspiring to see all of these beautiful places!
Have a wonderful weekend friend and stay positive~
everything vintage

Jientje said...

This is so sweet!

Don't let Lupus get the better of you.
I don't do that either.

Lori said...

Margaret, i am sorry for you that lupus is giving you such a hard time right now...i hope your medicine is helping you feel a little better...that is just the sweetest bunny...your friend does beautiful work!!!

Lynn said...

Wow, lucky you Margaret, and I know your swap partner will love what you create for her too, because I have done a swap with you :) In fact , that was the last one I did LOL, but I love to see what others swap and I love the bunny. I am going over to visit her blog now :)

Marie Antionette said...

I know you are suffering.But you are also inspiring.I have a friend with Lupus and she aslo suffers. But unlike you she is letting this control her.She needs to read thispost.I will pray for both of you .And i hope the new theropy helps you.May god bless you.
XXOO Marie Antionette

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Margaret,

I am sorry to hear about your health and I hope that you can overcome this and feel well again.
Glad that you felt energized and what lovely gifts you received in the swap.

Hugs and have a happy weekend
Carolyn

The Dutchess said...

Dearest..what a beautiful place to visit...and I love the music too...can I add you to my kindred spririt list....wishing you a happy day...Greets from Holland

Diane said...

Margaret, I don't know how I missed all the cute little rabbits and bears in these posts. They're just darling. Sorry I didn't comment earlier.

I'd like to talk to you about your lupus if you feel like it. My husband has systemic lupus and has had it for 10 years. God bless you so much.