Thursday, October 30, 2014

Tuesday Winsday!... on Thursday


As Breast Cancer Awareness month draws to a close, we must remember to keep those who it affects in our thoughts year round.  I originally made this stamp for my mother, who suffered mostly in silence from a chronic illness for many years and kept herself going through love of life and friends.  As with so many, her illness did not show much on the outside most of the time. When Robin Williams died, this quote was the first thing I thought of.


Invisible Tears is this week's Tuesday Winsday giveaway.  It will end on the usual time on Tuesday - my apologies for posting late.  I was away communing with nature in the snowy Rockies with family!

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23 comments:

Robyn said...

Lovely. I use this touching quote far too often. Glad you were off getting some forest therapy !

Anonymous said...

It's been one of those weeks. I think everybody is running late.
Happy Halloween.

Joni said...

This is true for so many situations. Love this same, Suzanne!

Janis said...

We all have those invisible tears. Thanks for making this sensitive and beautifully put sentiment stamp.
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Denise Bryant said...

lovely card!

Dorina D said...

Beautiful card and the sentiment is very meaningful.

Heather said...

That is such a beautiful sentiment, So true, beautiful card.

BethW said...

Brought tears to my eyes-very appropriate sentiment for several beloved people in my life right now. Card is absolutely stunning-the simple elegance sets off the sentiment perfectly. Thank you for the inspiration and a chance to win.

CraftyJo said...

Lovely sentiment - and so well written too. Thanks for the chance to win :)

Sandi Lou said...

The lovely font just really adds to the beauty of the sentiment, so powerful for so few words. What a thoughtful stamp.

SherylH said...

What a lovely (and true) sentiment -- I have added it to my wishlist.

cghundley said...

Beautiful work and have
enjoyed all the pink this
month.
Carla from Utah

jcobb said...

Beautiful sentiment! Hope you enjoyed your time with family appreciating God's creations!

ms linda (swtanxiety94@yahoo.com) said...

love this stamp for it says a lot about silent fear and suffering. Having a friend who is out of remission for the third time, and aunt recently diagnosed and a first cousin who lost her battle, they all share one thing...the fight for this disease and the fear of tomorrow. lets pray for all with and the family and friends who support them.

Evelyn said...

Really like your card & sentiment, Suzanne!

Unknown said...

Love this stamp! Lovely Card!

Jean Bullock said...

I have never heard that sentiment before. I love the way you let the sentiment star on this card. Well done!

Charity Chamberlain said...

Fantastic & Beautiful card! I adore the sentiment! It so true! Love it!

barbara macaskill said...

What a wonderful stamp! The sentiment is so versatile and I would use it often. LOVE LOVE LOVE

Janice said...

This is so true, and I know how comforting it is to know someone understands. Thank you for this stamp

Anonymous said...

Beautiful sentiment, and I love the calligraphy and the card itself.

Mickey Drake ( drakemickey@yahoo.ca )

jreyoriginals@gmail.com said...

Love this sentiment!

jcobb said...

I am so surprised that I won this! Thanks so much!!! It is so touching and beautiful!

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