Sunday, January 30, 2011

Finally....






....Yes, finally after a full month of being ill, I can finally say that I feel a little better today....(just hope it stays that way)!! I am feeling a little guilt as so many emails have gone unanswered and many request for information are still waiting a reply.....I shall do my best and get to them all very soon.
I have started to leave a few 'comments' here and there and starting to enjoy my blog again!
I have added a random selection from my Paris photos....what better way to lift ones spirits....I hope you enjoy them also.

19 comments:

Catherine said...

I am so very happy to hear you are feeling better!!! :-) That is good news.

The photos are beautiful...as always. I hope you will share more of them soon. I LOVE the ones that have iron work on the buildings.

MARY PERNULA said...

Glad your feeling better, love the freash plants and flowers, I just love how they place them in wooden flats. HUGS MARY

cockerina said...

hello! I'm glad to know that you're better! Have a definitive cure!
I expect to see your new project in miniature .. Remember?
kisses and good Sunday!
Caterina

Margaret said...

Linda for a moment I thought you had made all those hydrangeas, I don't doubt with your mini flower-making skills, that you could make them look that good. Sorry to hear you have been unwell and hope you are back to your usual creative self. I haven't been able to get back into minis but hope to soon. Must be the hot weather here.
Love your new photos of France!

Bambi said...

All the best Linda, Terryx

Irene said...

Pleased to hear you're feeling better.

Josje said...

Good to hear you're feeling better. I hope you'll be back to enjoying blogging soon!

rosanna said...

Hehe, I saw the hydrangea and like Margaret I thought " She has done them". I know you could. I'm very happy that you feel better, take care and enjoy the next days. Hugs Rosanna

Mieke said...

Sorry to hear you have been unwel,but glad to hear you feeling better !
I love your pictures from paris.

Have a good sunday, Mieke

contar said...

es una alegría escuchar que se encuentra mejor, seguro que poco a poco conseguirá restablecerse del todo y nosotros podremos seguir disfrutando en su blog.
un abrazo


is a joy to hear that is better, surely gradually get restored at all and we can continue to enjoy in your blog.
a hug

Daydreamer said...

I'm very glad to hear you are feeling better! Like the others I thought for sure you had made the hydrangeas! Take your time and rest..... blogland will wait.... we much rather you are well and NO GUILT!
Your Paris photos are ALWAYS an inspiration.... someday I want to build a gray stone Paris Townhouse.... One must have dreams, after all....

Flora said...

Glad to know that things go better ... The blog and the miniatures have helped me in difficult times and I think that I'm not the only one to live this experience every day, so I take this opportunity to give my small contribution, wishing you a full recovery and imminent return miniatures :-)
Mini lovely hugs, Flora

A Little More Minis said...

Hello Linda,

I am glad that you are feeling better and I am looking forward to your next project ;)

Warm hugs, Jollie

Lataina said...

Linda, good to hear you're feeling better. Your pictures are gorgeous! =)

Caroline said...

The photos are beautiful....glad to hear that you are feeling better.

miniacollection said...

I'm glad to read that you are feeling better. A month of illness must have felt very long. I deeply hope that you are going to be back to good health for good.
Thank you for the beautiful photos.
Best wishes
Geneviève

Linda said...

I hope the road to recovery is swift. Lovely photos,as ever. Thanks, Linda

rose cat cottage said...

Beterschap Linda! it was long my God! I hope you will be ok. Your pictures are always beautiful and as French it is very nice to discover some parts of the capital that I did not visit so often! But for the hortensias I was really thinking you did them LOL...Enjoy your day and thanks for your blog! Doei, Claude

eowiin said...

Nice photographies , it look like the chest of drawer of " moissonier " . I hope you are better. eowiin