Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Slowly coming back to life...

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I am slowly coming back to life. Of course it is time for another visit to the oncologist. Not really I guess, I need to be thankful for every minute that I feel good.

I've decided to sell some of art here and see how that works. So today I will list a doll that I created from polymer clay and cloth. She is hand painted and finished with a crackle glaze. She about 20 inches tall and I've used vintage fabric for her dress. If you are interested just email me at nancyebydesign@yahoo.com for cost and shipping. Yes, she can be there for Christmas.

6 comments:

Sherry Goodloe said...

Love your doll Nancye and glad that you are slowly coming back to life . . . if only for days at a time. My heart and prayers go out to you sweet lady.

in the light of the moon said...

Nancye,what a lovely doll and the baby on the last post is just precious.I understand your loss when you have a caring nurse,It means the world to have someone compassion.Warmest Regards,Cat

Janice Moore-Petty said...

Slow is good, we are happy with that for you! I sent you an email! Love, Jan

Are you curious about me? said...

You can only take one step at a time that was how my Nana Megicks, Mum and Sister delt with their breast cancers.

My mother Annie Lucy Violet lived until last year 81 years old with almost thiry years grace from her cancer, she was an amazing woman, she had her off days in the begining, but "mostly I keep walking" she would say.

My Sister is still going strong almost 7 years since her diagnosis with stage 3, she still takes her steps one day at a time and is thankful that she is seeing her young family grow up.

I was thinking about you yesterday as I myself was at the breast clinic for a check up. As you might imagine I am considered high risk, I see my oncologist every 6 months at the moment... I've had lymph nodes in my neck that didn't want to play ball.. the good news is that my mammogram and boob inspection were all clear.

Next week my daughter is going to the 'family history' clinic for the first time, she is so scared, I shall be there holding her hand and chasing after her 2 year old son.

Love to you, Julie

I'll just leave you with something my mum used to say to people when they said "You are so brave Annie". "No I'm not" she would reply "I'm just walking".

purplecat said...

she is lovely Nancey :)
so glad you are improving day by day, **hugs***

Marcie Hart - A Work Of Hart said...

Your little doll is precious Nancye! She has a sweetness to her that I love. Hope you are feeling better. Best Wishes! ;-)

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