tirsdag den 28. juni 2016

A new day!

Here in Denmark it is almost 7 in the morning so:
Hello to a new day, and new opportunities.


I was admitted to hospital last week. I was in pain all the time, and it had become unbearable.
In turn, this time, the doctores have found out what they believe is wrong with me:
my attacts are miner vovulus. It fits with the symptoms.
What can they do to help me? Nothing, just give me medicine.
Becaurse the seizures are small, they will not operate.

Something positive is that yesterday I was painfree for the first time in 2 weeks.
I´m now the same diet, as the one I was on, just after my obesity surgery in 2010, and it seems to work!!!


I've wondered something about
  • who we think we are,
  • why do we endure the pain and problems that life offers us?
  • Who teaches us what is right or wrong?
Yesterday, I read in 2 Nephi 27:25 in the Book of Mormon. I would like to share it with you. This is only 1½ line of the verse,
... And their fear of me is learned by man's laws "

I don't like when a sentence is taken out of context. These words just hung with me the rest of the day.
  • Some do not believe in a God who can guide and inspire,
  • Some may not see a purpose in what they go through during the time they are on earth,
  • Some may think that life here is all there is ...
I believe in a Heavenly Father who inspire and guide us. That we will one day return to Him again. Hardships, challenges or whatever you want to call it, is to shape our character. That we through our live here, show our love for Him, who is the Father of our spirit.

Now remember while reading the scriptures, that fear in oldens days also meant honor and respect. So basically the scriptur says: 


"man's respect for me is learned by man's laws"

What do our children learn today: 

  • That there is no God? 
  • That it does not matter if we keep the commandments which He has given? 
  • That we are Christians in a country founded on Christian values, but do not care about Him - is that good enough?

If we do not teach our children - others will! 
If we do not teach our children - can we blame that they accept what other teach and believe? 

My heart burn for the freedom to choose. I believe very strongly that you should not force your believe on someone else.

My thought is simply : What are the values ​​we provide our children with?~


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A few cards for OSH (operationskrivhjem.dk)



The smaller card, is a gift tag.





One of Mo Mannings beautiful digi stamps: Chocolate smile
The text says: Who cares about the question, when the answer is chokolade!




fredag den 24. juni 2016

Christmas card June 2016


I participate in OWH in Danish OSH (operationskrivhjem.dk) challenge of making Christmas cards each d . 24th of the month . Having said that, this is my contribution for the month of June 2016:


I cut the base on Craft robo.

The picture of the wreath are a rupper stamp from Bildmalarna.


The fir trees are froma stamp set from Stampin Up! called "Lovely as a tree".



lørdag den 18. juni 2016

New

New abt. our house sale: we had a buyer on hand, the papers were signed, only his bank lacked giving consent - and they said no! So now we start all over again.

We're still realistic and hopeful at the same time. We fell so ready to move on. Please keep us in your prayers, we need them.

Cards I've made since my last update.

 










 








torsdag den 2. juni 2016

A warm day!

A quiet day, a sunny day, a warm day - what's not to be happy about?
The only big thing to day, was the inspection on our house. It went very well!!!

To day there were lots of free time, so I did some embrodery and made a few cards.



This card is made with my new stamp fra Stampin Up, called:
Thoughts and prayers, sympathy



With my very old trusted friend, Craft Robo, I made this little monkey.
I used it on the front of a childrens card. On the back there's a pixibook.




Another stamp from Stamping Up! called: Kind koala
Isn't this little koala cute?




Inspiration for this last card came from Pinterest. 
Left the card is shown closed, to the right the card is opend.