Sunday, September 14, 2008

Spread the Love

This week I am laying around on the couch with nothing but a laptop and an issue of Somerset Life - the worlds BEST magazine. I am recovering from a hysterectomy. I am only 36 but decided to go this route after years of suffering menopause like symptoms (is it HOT in here!?!?) and other not-so-fun issues. I found a cool support group called Hyster Sisters which was helpful in easing my mind prior to the operation. I went in Thursday and was home Friday-they dont let any grass grow under your feet in the hospital these days-JEESH! :) It wasnt as bad as I thought though I dont know that I would recommend it as a way to spend a weekend!
While I have been sitting here I have had the time to go thru some websites I found in the magazine and thought I would share them with you all! I was happy to have had time to find some really cool artists and their websites that I might otherwise may have never found. I really loved these... The most darling paper shoes here. Bring your appetite- so tasty!
I encourage everyone to take a minute to share your impressions of the beauty around you. Often times I think we 'borrow inspiration' from people and they never know they had a hand in lighting our inspired fire. Take a minute to drop a note to someone who has tickled your fancy and let them know they have inspired you to create something beautiful! Nothing brings a smile to an artist more than knowing someone who has appreciated their work took the time to write a quick note about it. Spread the love!
If you have gotten this far, many thanks for reading my thoughts. Take a moment to say hello and share your thoughts. Stop back often! I am somewhat new to this blogging thing and would love any thoughts or tips.


Brown Bee Studio said...

Hi Melissa! Saw your post over on MMP, and thought I'd start with you...=0]
Your blog is toDIEfor scrumptious, and I love your biz name! Keep up the pinkdillyicious work....xoxo

Susan said...

Tracked you from had a number of procedures done last year to avoid the "hyster"...and I was 58! Take care!
Susan *dutchrose*

A Rose Without A Thorn said...

Hi Melissa, To a fellow Hyster Sister, take time to rest and enjoy being waited on and looked after. I loved reading your blog and wish you every success and days of joy,


Dawn-Hydrangea Home said...

Melissa, great post! I wish you a quick recovery.

Cathy said...

Hi Melissa,

I hope you are feeling better from your operation. I definitely know that "HOT" feeling.

I am going back to read more of your blog and do some of my own blogging today. Thanks for the advice.

Anonymous said...

I got completely wrapped up in your blog and loved clicking into all the wonderful shops you picked. It was like a field trip! Keep up the good work. I'll be adding to you my blogroll.