Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Season's Greetings


From ice and snow, wind and below zero temperatures here in Wisconsin, USA, I wish you all a fond season's greetings.  

I hope to do more blog posts when my health improves.  Meanwhile, keep quilting, your work gets better every day.

Diane

23 comments:

Joan said...

Thanks Diane, and a happy and healty Christmas and New year to you too. I hope your health returns soon. Thankfully its nowhere near that cold here.

Michele said...

Have a nice holiday season and I hope your health improves soon. Thanks for the quilting encouragement.

Barb said...

Hope you are feeling better soon! Take care of yourself first, and the rest will follow -
xox

Barb said...

I am sorry you are not feeling well...hope you get to be well soon.

Happy Holidays to you as well!!!

Sue said...

Hope you get better soon. And, wishing you and your family a beautiful blessed holiday season.

Jeanne Lex said...

Good health and good tidings of the season to you, Diane !

susan said...

Diane I am so sorry to hear that you are ill! I'm hoping you are well soon and be able to enjoy your holidays. I'm glad to know that Oliver will be taking good care of you!

Marty said...

Dear Diane,
I am sorry to hear that you are ailing. Hope you get to be spry again real soon, we miss your blogs and inspirations.

regan said...

Diane...Hope you're feeling better soon. It's rotten luck to feel crumby this time of year.

Your Santa Cross-stitch is lovely. I know it can't be new; Santa is smoking a pipe! You just don't see that anymore! HA!

Stay warm....drink tea!

barbarachaineyquilts said...

Wishing you a restful, peaceful Christmas and an early return to full health.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Oh Diane, I hope you will be feeling better soon. We don't live in the cold north, but we had pipes burst this morning at 27 degrees. In FLORIDA!!! That's the first time we've ever had anything like that happen. Take care and stay warm.

Merry Christmas,
Jocelyn

Anonymous said...

My prayer will be for improved health for you. Thank you for your holiday greetings, as well as your continuing encouragement. They mean a lot! Hope Oliver keeps you laughing--it's the best medicine.

Diane Gaudynski said...

Thank you so much everyone, it means a lot to hear such heartfelt wishes. I am muddling along, not quilting and not inspired to write much about it now. Oliver is our ray of sunshine and he definitely brings me happiness. I saw it was cold even in Miami! We are used to this and do quite well, although one's face tends to freeze outside when the wind chill dips so low.

My very best to everyone, and may you all enjoy the holidays with blessings of peace and happiness.

QuiltingCyclist said...

So sorry to hear that you are not feeling well. Take your medicine, rest and "think good thoughts." Comfort yourself knowing that your are so dear to all of us. Merry Christmas. Mona with the Janome foot from Paducah Class, 2010

Paula Proctor said...

Diane,
A blessed Christmas to you and your family. Take good care of yourself and I hope your health returns so that you may enjoy the holiday season. Thank you for all your hints and ideas on your blog this past year. You are such an inspiration. Paula from your Asilomar class in Summer 2010.

Laura said...

Diane, I am so sorry you aren't feeling well. I will be thinking good thoughts for you and hoping you are better soon. Glad that Oliver is there for you :-).

Micki said...

Hope you are feeling better soon Diane. Just rest and take care of yourself.
Happy Holidays to you!
Micki

Prissy said...

Oh, please get well soon, Diane! Just curl up with Oliver and relax. A good book, cup of tea, and wonderful loving kitty ..... recipe for getting well.

Kim said...

Happy Sewing and Merry Christmas,
and may your good health return quickly.

The Cotton Club Blog said...

I am so sorry to hear you are not feeling well. From a normally 65 years young person, there is nothing that makes one feel older and more worthless than feeling puny. Especially when you don't even feel like sewing. Though it doesn't work for me, I have heard it said that faking it can help. Fake it until you feel it. It must be terrible if quilting won't cure it. Thinking of you with love and looking forward to an update! Cheryl

Anonymous said...

Greetings from the U.K.

Happy Christmas and a Healthy New Year!

Best Wishes
Stephanie

Judy Warner said...

Hope your holiday season has been joyful! I will enjoy your blog in 2011. Just discovered your quilt patterns in my new 830.

Anonymous said...

I know this is a very old post; but could you tell me the name of this Santa cross stitch pattern or the designers name?