Friday, 24 December 2010

Merry Christmas To All, And To All A Good Night!

Well, here we are - Christmas Eve and time to begin the celebrations.  I'm sorry for my absence of late - I've been having trouble with my arthritis and it has made it very difficult for me to craft this time.  But I've had some good news today - I shall be getting new drugs in January and we are very hopeful for their success.

But I couldn't let the evening pass without saying a Very Merry Christmas to all my wonderful followers and to all those in Crafty Blogland who pass by.  Thank you all for your support and encouragement throughout the year - it has meant so much to me and has spurred me on to keep creating.

I shall be back as soon as I am able in the New Year, refreshed, renewed and ready to go. 

In the meantime, I hope your holidays are peaceful and happy and that 2011 brings you much joy.

Happy crafting.


  1. And a very MERRY CHRISTMAS to you too Peri!
    Hugs Jacee

  2. Sorry you've not been too good with your arthritis. Keep your chin up. Have a lovely Christmas. Get plenty of rest.Take care.Debbie x

  3. Peri-thanks for sharing all year long! I really enjoy your projects. I don't know a lot about arthritis or your medical situation, but I beg you to look into massage, acupuncture and homeopathic remedies. I had (past tense!) fibromyalgia, chronic headaches, high blood pressure and recently went through gall bladder issues. I fired my MD, stopped the 6-8 meds they insisted I needed, and went back to the methods I mentioned above. Not only did I avoid gall bladder surgery, but no traces fibromyalgia (it's cold, raining and snowing today-6 months ago I would have been screaming in pain!)-bp is normal...the meds...were not helping and, in doing my own research, were exaxcerbating the symptoms I was taking them for! So please-at least give some deep thought and prayer to alternative methods! They do work and do no harm! Not something the drug companies can promise you! Blessings, Sharon

  4. Peri, what wonderful news. I hope this new course of treatment works and you can get back to your fabulous creative self. Happy Holidays my friend!

  5. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and I wish you lots of happiness for 2011 (and I hope the meds will work well soon).

  6. Hello!

    I wanted to wish you a Happy New Year and hope that 2011 brings you much joy and good health!

    Wishing you all good things! I look forward to your new creations!


    Barbara Diane


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