I love it when I have great things to share like my recent baby loss phone calls and the awesome Facebook comment versus me complaining about whatever has errked me on any given day.
This is what has me smiling right now:
I finally finished Liam's cross. This was the same bamboo cross that was at both Liam's funeral and burial. It had red and white fresh cut flowers placed on it at the funeral and then yellow, orange, white, and purple fresh cut flowers placed on it at the burial. I really liked the spring flowers that were used for the burial so I went with those same colors to create one similar made with silk flowers. It is now hanging at the end of our upstairs hall next to Liam's nursery for all to see.
Its beautiful, love the flowers.ReplyDelete
I love it! It's beautiful!ReplyDelete
The cross is just beautiful - you did a great job on it. What a lovely reminder of sweet Liam. xoxoReplyDelete
Liam's cross is beautiful - I didn't realise it was so big. You've done a wonderful job recreating the fresh spring flowers in the silk; something to be really proud of!
Thank you for your comments on My Space, it means so much to know how Elizabeth is thought of all those miles away. I had a wonderful time cruising in Alaska a few years ago and would be amazed to hear of clear skies - my memory is of a beautiful crisp, fresh, cold ladened skies; such a beautiful part of the world!
Thank you Becky for taking those photos; of course I'd love to add them to Elizabeth's album - my email is tessielou (at) gmail.com
That is so beautiful! I love the colors!ReplyDelete
Very beautiful. Wish this month is lucky for youReplyDelete
The flowers look great, and so real! What a perfect way to have a piece of Liam with you guys in Alaska :) I love the bamboo cross.ReplyDelete