Saturday, May 29, 2010

Just One More

This one belongs to the post below. It flatly refused
to load before.

Enlarge it and enjoy the wonder of the embossed
print of the Eucalyptus buds on the very edge of the
fabric. I run my fingers over them . . . it is like caressing
the live buds with my fingertips.
To clear up a small misunderstanding, India made it for
me while I was in intensive care where it was so sterile that
not even flowers were allowed, it kept me warm and sane there.
I am happily at home now and mending nicely, hospital
was no place for a computer as my sight also was affected
with all the anti-biotics.
Here's to getting well and walking the greening paddocks.
Thank you all for caring and sending me so many kind thoughts.


  1. Arija: Intensive care!!!!I had no idea that you were having a health challenge!! I am so sorry that I was NOT aware of this!!Know that you have been on my mind for some time. I have not been visiting blogs since garden season takes over my free time and besides I'd rather be out than indoors at the PC.
    I send healing light and I'm holding you in my prayers for a speedy recovery!
    love and light anna xoxox

  2. It is absolutely beautiful. India is so fabulous! I am so delighted she is your daughter because I just love you and so in a way, she and I love the same person. YES! YES! YES!

  3. Oh Arija,

    I have just read your last many posts and am so happy you are regaining your health and freedom! That must have been so challenging for you! This cloth that was made for you is divine, so much love went into it, and creativity to bring you nature somehow some way.

    I love that you returned home to a green wet world and to see kangaroos for me, is as odd as you seeing bears (maybe) in my posts.
    sending you vitality and love,

  4. isn't that amazing that we were visiting one another at the same time. I am smiling big!

  5. and thank you for your birthday blessing for my son~

    I loved your comment. Thank you.

  6. Arija, so sorry I missed you logs about homecoming out of hospital.
    Welcome home after a hard time in hospital.Loved your log about the kangaroo and understand India gave you the prints of her feet (I know it's a plant)
    Please recover under the careful hands of your loveones.


  7. Arija, I have 3 of those blackones.
    Shelter and try to heal veryvery difficult dogs and they always stay...

  8. I had no idea, Arija. Trust you are mending fast now in your beautiful home and garden. How thoughtful of India to make that cover which helped you while you needed it so much. Bless you my friend. Jo

  9. glad to hear you are back home ... so I wish you good recovery ... I'm sure the fabric will help and spend you strength, when touching and enjoying it ... xoxox kri

  10. do rest well, and just look at your flowers for therapy.

  11. Your daughter is a very talented artist, creating something so beautiful and a comforter in every sense of the word.

  12. So glad to hear you're on the mend. I love that fabric and can understand it giving you some peace while in the hospital.

  13. Ohhh, the buds! They transferred so beautifully! This cloth is even more beautiful knowing it brought you comfort when you needed it most. xoxoxo

  14. Amazing & beautiful prints--you're lucky to have a friend like Indi.


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