Tuesday, April 03, 2012

It's Been a While!

Hello all my Stampsmith friends, sorry that I have been MIA.  It has been a difficult few months.  I was diagnosed with Vertigo a few months ago (and for someone with MS, vertigo is not a picnic) and it took over a month to recover.  I wasn't even able to create as when I looked down or concentrated on something, I was ill.  When that was finally done and over with (disappeared as quick as it arrived) my computer died!!!!!!!!!!! I don't know which was worse.  My laptop has been my connection to the outside world over the past few years when my illness left me home bound.  After some grieving (and believe me, I did grieve) I was able to get a new one!!! but the last tragedy occurred.....my blog died....crashed....I have no idea but I was unable to post any more...I had some 'techy' friends check it out and they could not figure it out!!! So, I made a new blog, my new address is Sunflower Mel's Crafting Corner (same name).  Please pop over and say hello.  It has been a bit of a challenge for me, learning a new blogging site, but I am embracing it.
So, now that I have rambled on....here is my DT post for The Stampsmith!!!  I used one of her stamps from her plate of rubber called, 'Thank Heavens for Little Girls #2'.  I LOVE this plate of stamps!!! This is a very simple card, but I love pink and the little girls are a great combination!!!! If you are interested in knowing what I used to complete this project, drop by my blog.
Thanks for being patient!!! I am so happy to be back!!! Thanks for peeking in!


Cheryl said...

oh gosh this is just gorgeous the detail is just amazing,glad you are feeling much better hugs Cherylxxx

Elaine said...

Such a beautiful image I love it Mel , glad you are feeling better.What a lovely card ,I love it . Fabulous design and the colour is my fav ! PINK .
Hugs Elaine

Ephemera said...

What a beautiful creation love the stamp and of course the beautiful pink colour. Glad you're feeling better. xx

Anonymous said...

I had no idea you have MS! I too am homebound. I have trigeminal neuralgia and CSS. At one point the doctors thought I had MS too. I am homebound 99 percent of the time usually only leaving for doctors appointments and my computer means the world to me. Lately I have been suffering with horrible migraines and my friend...I think we have been in the same boat. If not the same boat then at least the same waters. I am glad you are feeling better, I am too. Nice to have you back!

Karen McAlpine said...

Hope your days are filled with sunshine! Glad to hear things are looking up!