Hello dear readers,
I made many plans for this summer but became ill instead. I had a very high fever, unusual for a person like me who almost never has a fever. My doctor wanted me hospitalized but I refused, preferring to stay home on strong antibiotics. I'm alright now.
A precious little parcel arrived from Spain, right in the middle of the bad days. Rosa Maria sent me some teeny-tiny jaw-dropping sculptures which left me open-mouthed with a delightful surprise.
I wish I was a better photographer. Believe me, my photos do not give these precious items enough justice. Each of them is simply breathtakingly gorgeous.
THANK YOU, DEAR ROSA MARIA, FOR YOUR GENEROSITY AND WONDERFUL GESTURE!
Well, now that I am absolutely well and healthy again, I'm continuing my work at the home care center. We finished 5 embroidered covers for toilet rolls. There is a large demand for more but we are out of burlap and hope that a new supply will arrive soon.
I am also back to working on my mini Zen garden project. In my stash, I found two small gadgets which I purchased years ago at a hardware store. They are supposed to connect washing-line ropes. With a touch of Jesso and a wild imagination, I hope to turn them into Japanese stone garden lanterns.
My dear friend Birgit is sending me more Buddhas so I'll attempt to make all three zen vignettes. (See photos on my previous post.)
I wish you, dear readers, a wonderfully healthy, and enjoyable weekend with blessings.