Monday, February 23, 2015

still spending a lot of time homebound and trying to make the best of it. richard still undergoing a myriad of tests and still no diagnosis and he keeps losing weight, sleeping long hours and quite listless. i am present. and playful.

tigo lovin'

keeping the home warm and comfortable for him.
and making



stolen moments
a stitch here and there
always becoming
subconsciously patching


for tomorrow may rain so I keep following the sun even if i have to create it myself

10 comments:

Norma Ruttan said...

How hard it must be not to have a diagnosis for your loved one. But I admire how you're pouring your energy into such lovely art pieces. I hope a diagnosis comes soon.

lynne h said...

hey constanza... : )

i'm sending you love, and of course i love to see what you're up to. thank you for that...

so much change is in the air now. big changes that affect us in a myriad of ways. yes to staying present; sometimes i can, sometimes i can't...

xoxo

Starr White said...

Oh, my heart goes out to you - and my prayers. You are courageous!

Bonnie Halpin said...

May you find strength in hope while you wait for answers.

Lovely images, thoughtful work.

Blessings,

Bonnie

audrey said...

My sweet friend, how I enjoy your posts. Your words always cause me to reflect on my life and where I am going personally and with my creative life.

I am hoping that Richard will begin to regain his strength and that things will be figured out so that his physical healing can begin. Your life, as well as his, is on "hold", and waiting causes fear and anxiety.

I am keeping him in my prayers daily and I will light a candle this weekend at my church for you, to give you strength and hope for better days ahead.

You are dear to me, Constanza. xo

PeregrineBlue said...

Thank you for your kindness. We finally have a diagnosis: a tumor of the kidney so now to ride the wave.

PeregrineBlue said...

Thank you Lynne. We have a diagnosis finally, a tumor on his kidney so the battle begins.

Lisa DiNunzio said...

dear, dear you...
i was so happy to have you visit my blog...{i have been thinking of you}
and then i stopped here,
three times in all.
{always, i am constantly interrupted}
and
yours is not a blog to skim through
or hurry...
i am commiserating with you...the unknown is so hard.
but
you are an unstoppable force
of creativity and beauty {i am so happy to be a witness}
the little painting of the chair is so sweet,
and made me think
of the kitchen chairs i hand-painted
(and are now in the garage)
and wouldn't it be fun
to make a little painting of one...
i always leave here
wistfully
inspired.
thank you for sharing,
it means a lot to me. ♥ ♥ ♥

kimberly meadows said...

Hugs for you and your dear heart. Healing vibes surround you. Love envelopes you both.

Beverly said...

There is so much love and sharing in your blog. I've been checking often and sending prayers to your family. Things like this are so difficult.
Blessings and Love.