Monday, April 19, 2010

Barn Wood framed Geranium Stitchery

When you have to sit near a sick child you need something to do... I decided to embroider... I found my inspiration here and she was kind enough to send me the pattern...

* FYI, we had to take our son back in Friday night where pneumonia showed on the x-ray... He is STILL having trouble with fever and not feeling well, but at least we are on an antibiotic for pneumonia now... Thanks for the prayers...



12 comments:

Brian + Cheryl B. said...

Morning Jen :-D

If you don't find something to do with your hands and mind, then stress will win, which is never a pretty sight!

I like the simpleness of the combination of this stiched picture and frame!!

I am still praying for both you and Chris!!! I had the "p" word before. Hopefully it is permanetly crossed off of my list!!! May our Lord continue to strenthen both of you and grant you endurance in the mean time!

Here's a hug :-D

mysteryhistorymom said...

Jen- Still praying, dear friend. I know this is a scary time, but stay strong and know that you are loved and God is in control. Big Hugs! Lori

Elise said...

Love it!! Guess I need to send your box, so I can get my stitchery. Hahaha!!
Elise

Amy R. said...

So pretty! It will be a reminder that God sends a geranium during/after every trial that he allows us to go through. Hope he is back to normal soon!

jenjen said...

I have been wondering about you. Thanks for the update on your son. I am praying for you.

Cute stitchery!

XOXo
Jen

Ruth said...

Hope he is recovering and will be well and strong again very soon.

The embroidery is perfect for spring. It came out great.

Ruth

Tracey said...

My goodness, pneumonia seems to be going around--crazy! Thanks for the update, I will continue to pray.

Ana Wiebe said...

nice idea!!
By the way, love to come to your blog and read! :)

Em @ Bunch of Scrap said...

Love it :) You finally have your red geranium... and this one wont die. Remember last year when you wanted one so bad?

Tell Chris I said hang in there!

Rambling Girl said...

Love your frame and I saw your post on your son...So sorry to see he is not doing better but at least they have him on a stronger does of medicine. Will add him on my prayer list at church.

On a different note..I saw your post on Em's launtry tips and you said you use Easy Off Oven...I am going to have to try this. I have never heard of using this on laundry but it does make sense about getting stuff out. Thanks for the tip!

Amy said...

Continuing to pray. I know how hard it is to sit with a sick child. So glad you found something beautiful to do.

natalie said...

Thinking of you, your family and of course, your son....