Wednesday, May 18, 2011

White Wednesday

I'm a very late contributor this week to White Wednesday with Kathleen @ Faded Charm.
I don't have anything new to post today but I wanted to help celebrate the 100th White Wednesday so I'm picturing a few of my whites from previous posts.
Congratulations Kathleen on your 100th party!!  
And the one most near and dear to me:
As Bruce's disease progresses more of my time is being spent with him and taking care of the household needs.  I sneak in some time to read your blogs but unfortunately cannot comment as much as I would like.  Creating is a great stress reliever for me so I will still be working on projects and posting......but on a little more limited schedule.

Thanks to all of you for your support.

Jane

32 comments:

  1. Just wanted to pop in and say hello. I'm your newest follower. Inspired blogger here, for sure.

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  2. I love your blog and and the creative ways you think. I wish the best for you and your family... I hope your husband feels well often.

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  3. I could look at your photo's over and over!
    Praying for the best for you and your husband~KarenSue

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  4. Jane, the most important thing is family and being there for each other.
    my heart goes out to you and your family.
    Creating is a great stress reliever and you do it so well.
    I think blogging can be overwhelming at times and a great outlet for stress at others.
    Please take care, my thoughts are with you.
    Amy

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  5. A virtual hug is being sent your way and very real prayers are being sent up for you and your husband.

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  6. Jane,

    hi sweetie...So nice to see all your past photos. I remember so many of them. Those rulers are stuck in my memory as a favorite of course.

    We do what we can in blog land and understand what others cannot do. It's all good. I love to see you and visit as we can, and please know you have my prayers as well.

    My Mom was critically ill for over 35 years, so I am quite familiar with the stress and fear that accompanies a family member fighting for quality of life. Creating has been and will continue to be therapeutic for you and we all reap the benefits of your wonderful creations.

    Add my hug to Jill's for a super duper squeeze.

    xxx
    z

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  7. Great lot of crafts there,love the clocks and rulers!
    Thinking of you and your husband on this journey with A.L.S.

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  8. White usually means modern to me. This shows it doesn't have to - love it!
    Praying for you and Bruce, and the rest of the family.

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  9. Love your white stuff! I wish Bruce all the best!
    Great blog, keep your chin up and keep creating if it makes you stronger!
    Susan

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  10. Jane, such wonderful whites and great photos. Praying for you and your husband and don't worry about ever leaving comments your family comes first!

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  11. I'm sorry to hear about Bruce's disease progressing, Jane. You need to do what you need to do, but I'm glad to read that you are taking time to do something to relieve some of that stress. You've got some lovely whites in these photos. I love that creamer pincushion you made and even your organizing of the different things like the lace and buttons.

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  12. This time spent with Bruce is so essential right now and your crafting is an important outlet that will keep your mind grounded...life never gives you more than you can handle - but it certainly tests us, doesn't it?

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  13. I'm so glad you posted these. I always get such a feeling of peace when I visit your blog. I adore the creamer turned into pin cushion. Very creative.

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  14. Sweet post Jane! Sincere thoughts and prayers for Bruce and you!

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  15. Wonderful photos, each and every one. I am glad that you are finding some time for yourself when you can. Thinking of you and I hope Bruce has more good days than not.

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  16. I always enjoy seeing your creations and displays. I heart that teapot pincushion! Sending my best thoughts for your strength and Bruce's.

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  17. Hi, I came over from Treasures from the Heart...Barb said you were so creative....she is totally right and I adore your photography! I just had to follow you!

    I am sorry to hear about your husband. Hope you are able to create your stress away. God bless.

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  18. your "look back" on all of your whites was just beautiful! So many lovely vignettes, tresors and creations. happy 100th WW to you dear jane. most importantly, i am thinking of you and bruce as you share this battle and all of the challenges it presents from day to day. my prayers go with you. no worries about blogging, commenting, etc....you "be" where you need and want to be....create when you have some free time...don't stress about us...we're here for you no matter what. Stay strong...be well.

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  19. Jane, have faith, strength and courage and know that you and Bruce are in my thoughts and prayers..

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  20. Jane it was wonderful to see you photos again. Lovely and inspiring as are you and your husband. Praying for your family. hugs, Linda

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  21. Your house must be gorgeous with al of your creations! Take care of hubby...prayers are with you and him. And, of course, I'm saying prayers that a cure is found, soon.

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  22. Hi Jane! Thanks for swinging by my blog. Yes I'm getting really excited to have the Grand Opening, everything is coming together nicely. Can't wait to meet you. BTW love your white Wednesday post!!
    Rhonda

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  23. Sending you a hug Jane...spending time with Bruce is what is important. No worries about us, we are always here and will be happy to see you when you can!

    Loving your whites!

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  24. You have never shown anything on this blog that I have not been positively over the moon for! So thanks for this travel "back in time." You do what you need to, and take care of yourself too. We'll be here and we completely understand.
    Brenda

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  25. Oh my gosh Jane... I could comment on every one of those photos! You have such an artistic eye, and it shows in every idea, every project and absolutely every photo. Looking back at some of these favorite projects, I am in awe of your talents and love.love.love the way your brain works! love.
    I am sending prayers out for Bruce and your entire family. love, t. xoxoxoxoxoxo

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  26. Bruce and your family are always in my prayers. The strength you show is amazing.

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  27. Jane, I think of you often. I truly admire you. Your creative energy is amazing, and so is your strength of character as you face these family challenges. Hugs to you ~ Sarah

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  28. I always love coming by here. You have such wonderful collections. Just look at all those folding rulers! I love the gravy boat. So pretty. I think of you and your hubby often. Hugs :)

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  29. I wanted to let you know that your photography skills are stunning, and your pictures are very beautiful. I can tell that you are someone who really is passionate about what you do. You could easily be a photographer for a major home decor magazine.

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  30. So many times I have come to your blog for inspiration and as an escape from other worries and concerns. Isn't it comforting to know that we have so many friends in blogland who uplift us, pray for us and support us? I gathered a lot of strength from that during my recent illness/surgery and in my healing. I have been praying for you and Bruce. Please don't worry about visiting....just keep doing what you need to do for yourself and your family. Your readers aren't going anywhere!
    xoxo
    Joyce

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  31. all of your photos are wonderful - love them all!
    from one who cared for a sick family member for 5 years - yes, do try to sneak in a little time for creating - it helps so much to have a little healthy diversion - best to you Jane
    amy

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  32. Hi Jane...I posted a picture of a picture I made after viewing this wonderful blog, I have linked back to your blog since the idea came from you.:)

    Happy Sunday to you!

    http://sixpenceandabluemoon.blogspot.com/2011/05/key-to-my-heart-keepsake.html

    xOx

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