My camera certainly doesn’t do justice to this art piece that is for sale at the store. It’s very pretty though, more than you can tell by looking at this. Marms, I have a camera on my iPhone 4. I didn’t think it was a great camera, but hey maybe it’s hard to go wrong when you have a beautiful big sky like we do here.
Lorna I’m sorry to hear you’re having pain troubles. I hope they’re soon resolved.
I’ve commented on your most recent blog entry, and also on yours, WiseWebWoman, and my comments don’t appear, so … don’t ask me why. But just know I’m reading!
You know how occasionally we hear stories about how someone who was adopted has found their birth parents and discovered a whole new family? Or they've learned they have siblings and managed to meet them? Or a woman who felt she had to give up her baby has been contacted by and developed a relationship with a grown child she has worried about and longed for ever since? I've always been happy for those people and thought it must be a great feeling for everyone involved who is open to these heartful connections.
Well, it's happened to us. We’ve learned that my brother has a 29-year-old daughter he never knew about. She and her birth mother have reached out to us, and everyone in our extended family has now been informed so I can tell you: I have another niece! She and my brother are planning to meet in early January, and meanwhile Dad and my sisters are connecting with her on Facebook and by text. She and I spoke on the phone this morning, and I am pleased to have another young person addressing me as Auntie Kathy. I phoned my aunts and uncle this afternoon to share the news and we’re all pretty excited.