Well - how do you like that! Been gnashing my teeth all day trying to work out this frustrating business with the photo's - I shouted at the computer, blamed blogger, blamed the camera (my new one is in Leicester - don't ask - but I'll just add here, it was Andy's fault!)
Anyway, he's been out all day, when he got in I told him I hadn't been able to blog my pages and it was the camera's fault! He walked into my room, clicked a few buttons and ta-da....there they were!
Anyway, the photo's still aren't great but at least the piccies are here. (I'm just posting two because they're not great)
The background is quite dark so I added a few splodges of white paint (Dina Wakely tip)
I made tags for the journal blocks and stapled on some sari ribbon - I like that shabby look with all the loose fibres.
I'll do some more work on it but it's ready for me to start writing tomorrow....
April is a special month for us as it's andy's 11th transplant anniversary on the
17th. We will be going off alone for a time of reflection as we do every year.
When he first had the transplant back in 1999, we were told a transplant can prolong your life between 5 and 7 years....here he is 11 years later and his liver results are excellent! We feel very blessed and thankful to God, hence the celtic cross to denote our faith.