A blog about my interests, which include crazy quilting and various and assorted other artsy pursuits and sometimes known to contain mumblings of a random nature.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Tears in my spaghetti

Yes, there were tears in my lunch spaghetti!

A parcel arrived at my door
and, when I opened it....

I cried.  
I was expecting this gorgeous tussy mussy to arrive from
Adria, Pam Kellogg's sweet mother.
Pam has an etsy shop where she sells
her work, and that of her mother and her sister.

when I opened the box and
peeked inside, 
I also found

Adria had  made a tussy for Gypsy too!!

Yeah, I cried.  Jack had tears in his eyes too.  Overwhelming kindness quite obviously runs in that family!  What is even more amazing is that Adria is legally blind and she is still able to create such lovely work - obviously she's a pretty amazing lady.  


***edited to add:  For those of you who don't know, Odin and Gypsy were our dogs, both of whom passed away since January.


MosaicMagpie said...

These are wonderful. We now know where Pam got all her talent!

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Lovely and oh so sweet!
i am passing on the tears...have enough of those of late!
What a lovely surprise.... ;)


Whytefeather said...

Oh how thoughtful and sweet of her! They look beautiful!

Dolores said...

What an emotional lunch. What a beautiful gesture.

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Aww that's so thoughtful isn't it.
It seems we have them for such a short time - they take over our lives just as other family members do (and don't answer back)!!
Love your post
Take care

Gail V said...

So sweet and sad.

Anne Marie - Toronto said...

Awwww! Wonderful pieces and lovely gesture!

karen said...

how lovely...

Lynn said...

What beautiful heartfelt tussies, they really are, and I am so sorry for your loss, I can't imagine how hard it has been for you this year. My heart goes out to you.

FredaB said...

I had just finished reading Adria's story about getting her dog and then went to your site and found this. Between her story and these pics I am crying in my morning coffee.

I just received one of her Autumn ones and she does beautiful work. Unbelievable - she is a very strong woman.

Hugs to you and Jack.


Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

You are so blessed...the love circle is continuing to grow stronger. Tears are blessings watering your heart. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Threads of Inspiration said...

How sweet the tussie mussies are! What a nice gift to have two! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I really love the book I mentioned and canning small batches is really a good thing.

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

ooo that is so precious and sweet ... kindness in blogland has no boundaries or limits ... makes me so happy to be here!
p.s. just getting to know you MA, one thing is certain your precious Oden and Gypsy were so lucky to make a life with you ... sniff sniff

Susan said...

Wow what a great surprise! They are lovely. Susan

so-crazy said...

such a beautiful comment yes Pam and her Mom are wonderful people. I hope this brings you much joy each time you look at them. Hugs Linda

Jackie said...

How lovely that they should do both pieces for you. I remember feeling overwhelmed when a blog friend sent a portrait of Willow. Such a lovely lasting reminder.
As for my son and my smile? Thanks for the comment and I'm so happy you could feel it too.