Friday, December 24, 2010

Holiday Wishes...

from all of the "Sisters"....a day late! (originally started Dec.24th, continued Dec.26th!) A Christmas not to be forgotten, even though all of the presents did not get completed, purchased, delivered...(but hoping to accomplish that in the next few weeks...), the treats did not get made, the house was not decorated the way that it usually is, most of the decorations remaining in the many storage bins that house them...but nonetheless, the things that mattered were there. Great visits with family and friends, sharing the homemade gifts which did manage to get completed, and a wonderful holiday meal.
Most of the reason for the delay was not procrastination on my part. While at the show in Toronto, I managed to "take a great fall", and have been doctoring for this stupid walking accident ever since! I am sure that the invention of a "klutzy" sister will be in order for 2011!
Standing on the affected leg for three eleven hour days was likely not what a doctor would have ordered. However, on the "mend" now, and looking forward to a return to normalcy shortly. Hope that there were no similar accidents in your holiday adventures!


  1. I too had a "klutzy" accident and am hobbling around for the past two weeks ... must be the time of the year, especially when you have so much to do. Sounds like you had a great Christmas with your friends and family.
    Have a Happy New Year my friend.

  2. Oh, Meg, sorry to hear that you have been "hobbling around", too! Can it be that we are preoccupied with the "creating" world of the new year to come?
    Wishing you all the best (and safer "treads") for the rest of 2010, and all of 2011!

  3. Oh no!!! I'm so sorry to hear about your accident. The main thing is that you are on the mend and that you still managed to have a wonderful Christmas.

    Hope you are back to 'normal' (hahaha) soon!



  4. The thing is, that one doesn't seem to "bounce back" as fast at this stage of the game! I just wish that I could make up a better reason for this injury than what actually happened! Hope that you enjoyed your Christmas...I know that you got a wonderful gift with the news you had before the holiday!