When I was at Leadership I received so many beautiful swap cards, and one in particular stood out by Lyssa Zwolanek, I love Pool Party, doilies and roses, so shabby. Whatever will I do when Pool Party is gone?? Eeek! Thanks for swapping with me Lyssa.
I changed the ribbon a tad but other than that it is Lyssa's card.
Paper: Poo Party, Very Vanilla, Print Poetry DSP Stack, Pool Party Core'dinations cardstock
Ink: Island Indigo, Pool Party
Misc: Paper Doilies, 5/8 Flower Trim, Pearls, Lacy Brocade Embossing folder, Sanding block
This set's greeting is so fitting. My heart is really heavy right now. My Granny who will be 94 in April is not doing so good right now. I am not ready for her to be gone but at the same time I am happy that she will finally be with Poppa. I hope that does not make me a bad person, my emotions are just so mixed up right now. She misses him and talks about him a lot lately, and Mum says Granny knows she will be in heaven soon. The last time I saw Granny was in 2011 when my little sister got married. I talked to her last week on the phone and it was nice to hear her voice, but she is just so tired. I can't imagine living to be 93 and being away from my husband for so long. I hope that when Poppa and Granny see each other again, they are young and healthy and don't remember that they have been apart all this time. Last night I read till 11:11 just like Granny always did, and I prayed to God and talked to Poppa and told them to please let her just fall asleep and be at peace like I think she is right now, I don't want her getting sick and being in pain, she is the sweetest person in the world and I love her so much. My Mum and sister Jacqui have been keeping me updated all the time. It is hard living so far away but knowing that Poppa is waiting for Granny makes me not scared like when Poppa died, I was so scared that he was leaving Granny alone. He had always taken care of her. I am sorry for rambling on I am probably not even making any sense right now.
I'm gonna sign off and go to bed. Thanks for listening. Hugs, Di