Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Happy New Year

Just wanted to drop by and thank everyone for the prayers, You have all been so kind. I hope that everyone has a Blessed, Healthy, and Happy New Year. I look forward to visiting more often, but I think I am going to pursue my dream of re-opening my little craft shop and see if I can get people interested in vintage here. It may take over a year to get it done, but it's something to look forward to.

Our celebration was remembering all the funny stories and some of the trouble we got into when we were young. My dad was the most gentle man, but very stern when he had to be. He was the one we always went to when we had problems and I can still hear him say "Sha (cajun slang) I don't know what to tell you".

Love, Live, and Laugh today, for we know not what tomorrow brings. Hugs, Pat

11 comments:

Sandy said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and your sweet comments. I'm so sorry that you've just lost your father. You are in my prayers and thoughts.

Blessings,
Sandy

Alison Gibbs said...

Pat, good luck with your new venture of re-opening your craft shop. Life is short so follow your dream.
Alison

IsabellaCloset said...

Pat, I keep thinking about you, hope you are doing OK... I wish all the luck in the world with your shop. In the late 80s I had a craft shop and loved it!
Hugs & love ~Mary~

Nettie said...

Pat,
That would be a fantastic idea, opening your own craft store...all the best with it...I'm sure you will do wonderfully.
Nettie

Joyce said...

If you follow your dream and open a craft store....give me directions and I will come visit you!
Hope your family is doing well after your Daddy's passing.
Be blessed,
Joyce
in B.R.

carole said...

Hi Pat:
I do believe that is a super ides. Perhaps you will list some of those great cards you make on your blog so I can buy some : )
You are a real sweetie!!!
My e-mail while I am using the library's computers is emenscarole@yahoo.com
Love & Peace
carole

Julie said...

I just read about your Father and I am so sorry. Take it one day at a time. Sometimes you have to make yourself move and if you do that - you will come out of the sadness faster. Do not give up anything you love as I almost did when I stopped riding after my Mother passed away. (((hugs)))

SweetAnnee said...

I am so sad for your loss, but your memories and love of your dad will live on and on
I'll pray for the peace of Christ for you and
yours!!

I believe in tomorrow and I plan to be part of it.

fondly, deena

Mary Isabella said...

Wanted to check in and see how you were.I am still praying for I think the craft shop is a great idea. Mary

The Urban Chic said...

Thanks everyone. I'm taking one day at a time. Last night was not a good night and I didn't get much sleep. It is comforting to know so many people in blogland care for each other as though we have known each other for years. Hugs, Pat

marylou said...

Hi Pat,
Thanks for your kind words and for visiting my blog. I am sorry to hear of your recent loss. I too have lost my mom and dad and I know how difficult it is. I shall certainly keep you and your family in my prayers.
Take care
Hug Life, Marylou