Monday, November 16, 2009

up and at 'em

We had a lovely weekend, amongst everything else we went out for lunch at a very nice - - new to me – restaurant on Saturday. And I finished off my second of the Tim Quilts on Sunday. Note to self - Must take pictures tonight!

Ian took me shopping for some new tops on Saturday and Sunday! I am so blessed to have him. Ian did not work, so things were even more relaxed than normally. Lucky us!

The Tim quilts are going to CT to the Discovery Craft Day which is to be held on the 25th I think. The craft day is aid of our famous Tim. He is such a lucky boy to have so many people worry about him and make all the efforts on his family’s behalf. Thank you everyone who has contributed, even the smallest help is appreciated.

Thank you is such a small phrase, and does not cover what I feel in ‘grateful-osity’ – my own word.

Two sleeps and I am on holiday with my Ian!
Can’t wait.


Geraldine said...

Hi there, My name is Geraldine I am Karin's youngest sister. I was looking for Coralie on the net and I came across your name. Hope you don't mind me writing to you. Please let me know if you feel uncomfortable with your ex's new sister-in-law writing to you. How is Tim doing? I ask everyday why must a little baby be so sick. He is in our prayers. I am a computer freak and it's nice to make new friends. I will understand if you don't want any contact it can be weird and awkward. Geraldine

mainely stitching said...

I love your new word! :D Hugs to all!!

Coral said...

Hi Geraldine, you do not have an email address I can use. As soon as you give me one I will forward Coralie's address to you.

Of course I do not have a problem communicating with you!

I will be seeing Karin Friday, I think! My first meeting with her. It will be fun to meet William!

Geraldine said...

Hi Coral

my e-mail:

William is a sweetie pie. Full of energy. My son Christopher (15) was diagnosed with cancer about a month ago. It's the same cancer Lance Armstrong had. Coralie must be so tired and a visit from her mom will do her good. Enjoy the holiday and have a safe trip.

Anonymous said...

I love your new word. Better than many of the Noah Webster words. (S)

Have a wonderful break with Ian. You sure deserve one.

Anonymous said...

By the are things going for you Dad (medically). Has he been able to have his surgery yet?

I think is is a great gesture for Geraldine to reach out to you. Cancer is not a good thing but it does and can bring people together that otherwise would never connect. Good luck to her son too.

Sending good thoughts to Africa.