The cards my mother in law sent me always reflect the passing of time.
When I was still in my thirties, with youthful energy and a rather desirable body shape, my mother in law thought I was Kate Middleton. She made me this adorable card:
My mother in law is the only human being in the world who still remembers our wedding anniversary. Continue reading
Thank you very much for the 11 people who bothered to voice your opinions on my survey. (One vote comes from my 11 year old son, and one vote from my husband.)
The survey result is: 8 votes for crafts, culture and life in general.
One particular person says he hates crafts. I might even know who you are.
Two trusted friends asked me to blog about my crafts only. One asked me to imagine being employed by Alan Sugar — I must focus, hit the target, and earn money. Money is the key.
Yesterday, my friend Lynzie came over for a long chat. She said she loves my writing just the way it is.
She loves the fact that my blog shows my personality, my culture and who I am.
‘Love you just the way you are!’ Does it sound familiar?
Now listen to this again from Colin Firth, “I like you very much — just as you are.”
Now I’m clear about the direction for my writing now — it would be me, my musing, life and culture.
You may occasionally find some crafts here in this blog.
Thank you very much for your support.
I think it all started with my mother in law.
My lovely mother in law loves sending me lovely hand-made cards, though her cards don’t involve using glue, scissors and ribbons. No blings either.
She designs each individual card with the help of some computer software.
For each card, she spends lots of time designing, with fine details and a great sense of humour.
Each card is created with love.
In the eyes of my mother in law (ajudycard)
Mum even patiently showed me how to use the software once. ‘It’s EASY, darling.’ Basically, you move image here and there, cut it here and there, drop it here and there, and don’t forget this and that. And remember to SAVE it.