Tuesday, March 10, 2009

10 March 2009 - Out of Hiding again but for how long????

Today's picture is another of Stan and Valeries 8 month old puppy, Shami, she loves water and loves snow even more, here she is pouncing on a snowball one day while they were here fixing our well which had packed in again.

I don't know if it is from the kick I received to the head two months back has changed my demeanor or personality (the cartlidge in my lower earlobe where it was torn is still very painful believe it or not even after all this time) because since then I have really been struggling to feel positive about anything.

At least I have got down to saying hi to all of you guys at long last LOL. I have been doing a lot of crochet in the past few weeks, something I learned to do as a teenager. I have made stacks of baby blankets and all sorts of stuff over the years and for some reason just got obsessed with it after my accident. I put some of my stuff up on a site called Etsy.com which features home crafts and hand made items for sale, it is very cheap to put up an entry, 20c for 4 months. You can see some of my stuff at this link, http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=6874447 , I think you may have to register to see it but it is free and quick and quite an interesting site to browse around. I have had a lot of hits but no takers this far and need to add a lot more that I have finished because I have boxes of finished goodies!!!!

Well guys that is about it for now, I keep hoping I will get back on track, I have missed reading so many blogs and seeing all of your photos. ((((Hugs)))))



raccoonlover1963 said...

Hi Lori.
No, you don't have to register to view what people have put on the site. I have visited it several times and never had to register.
I am definitely not looking forward to the cold weather we are about to get hit with again. I have quite enjoyed the teaser of warm weather we have been having the past few days.

photogchic said...

I love Etsy...just bought a cool necklace the other day...can't wait for it to get here! Glad you are on the road to recovery.

Gecko said...

Welcome back Lori! I am so glad to hear that you are okay, we were starting to get worried!!! What an excellent action photo too!

MPRPRO said...

Lori you are so sweet, all these years and you are still going strong with your following other's blogs. I so want to let you know how much I appreciate it.
This shot is just adorable. Keep up the great work. I need to get back to my brother's farm and get some shots of his horses again. TTYS and thanks again.

Donna said...

Don't be upset with yourself because you are taking time to heal, the head is a delicate machine with lots of moving parts! I understand how an injury can make you feel despondent, but do not despair, you will feel better, spring is almost here and the horses still need you. *HUGS*

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Hello Lori. It is sad to hear that you are still not feeling up to your old self. Sometimes one does not realise the amount of damage caused by something like this. I really hope that you will be feeling better soon. In the meantime you are at least keeping yourself busy. When my grandmother passed away, my grandfather did not know what to do with all her crocheting things as no one in the family did it, only knitting. So I took the stuff and taught myself the patterns etc from a book. It has been a long time since I have done anything though, but it was a great pastime.

That is an adorable shot of the puppy. He looks like a real keeper.

CG said...

Glad you're back :)

Anonymous said...

I am glad to see you are still posting. I had not seen you for a while.

I was able to get into your Etsy place without having to register.


Kathy C said...

Glad to see you posting. Hope you continue to heal. Off to see your stuff at etsy...

LuĂ­sa Lima said...

Hi Lori,

Glad to see you're back! Thanks for your comments :-) I hope you continue to get better! What a cute puppy! I bet that brings joy to your life :-)

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