Friday, November 19, 2010

Vintage ABC Book

Do you remember this?
It was my page for the Vintage ABC Book Swap.
I was Miss A.

A couple of weeks ago I received my completed book.

Oh. My. Word.

It's super cute!

And crazy big
and over all pretty awesome!


I would like to thank you all
for all of the prayers and positive thoughts you have been kind enough to send our way.
As I said in the last post, things are looking better, but we aren't out of the dark just yet.
My mother-in-law will start chemo in less than two weeks, so if you don't mind we would sure appreciate more of those prayers and positive thoughts.

Thank you again.
Y'all are THE BEST!


sjmcdowell said...

Your Vintage ABC book is charming!!

I will also pray for your Mother!!

My Mom was diagnosed with skin cancer and is going for surgery next Tuesday to try and remove it.

I will pray for you as well...I can understand that it can take a toll on us too!

Blessings and Devine Love,


knitterbeader said...

Oh the books that you and your friends do are "out of this world beautiful".
I'll continue to keep all of you in my prayers!

Robin Thomas said...

Another beautiufl project Alisa. You are so talented and your pictures are, well, sigh...

I will be sending up a prayer of strength for your family.

sonya said...

Your book is beautiful! Just adorable!

I am praying for your mother-in-law. It is such a hard thing to get through. I know, I've been through it too. But remember the Lord is always there for you, dear.

Praying for your whole family. Alisa.

Blessings and hugs,

Suz said...

Dear Sweet Alisa,
I will continue to remember your mother-in-law in my prayers. You, too. And the rest of your family. We are facing a possible cancer diagnosis in our family right now so I know first hand how hard it is.

I love the tote! Just keep on making things with that wonderful page you made. And that book. Too too cute!

Big hugs,

P.S. Thank you for the nice words about my sachets. I was so tickled!!! You are my sachet queen :-)

Anonymous said...

Alisa, I missed what has been happening in your life and just read your post about your MIL having chemo....
I'm a breast cancer survivor. 15 years. My daughter's MIL is going through treatments now too.
There are too many of us having to deal with this. Consider me here for hugs and support.
Much love,

Sandy Michelle said...

I saw the book on Nat's blog and it's so cute! I love the page you did. I'll be praying for your M.I.L. Hang in there!

Sandy xox