Monday, August 04, 2008

With clay in hand



Hello clay friends,
After 5 long months, I can go home in the evening and sleep on my own bed and get a chance to play with clay for a few hour before I go to bed.
My daughter will come home soon and I will becoming a stay-at-home mom again, but this time, I cannot wait to stay home. More time to clay and being able to sell my jewelry on-line is such a blessing. I found a few more local shops that want to sell my jewelry and my friends in Thailand had already place the orders.
I am beginning to pick up the pieces of my life.
Hugs

25 comments:

Susan Turney said...

Hi Ponsawan!
I'm so happy that you finally have time to get back to being creative. I've been following Ada's progress in your other blog and I'm so glad she'll be able to come home soon and you can sleep in your own bed. I can't imagine what you and Ada and your family have been going through but I'm so hopeful things will continue to improve. It's so good to see your beautiful pieces again. I think your art will be wonderful therapy for YOU!

Melanie said...

"Happy Day"... I for one am so very happy to see you back to creating Ponsawan! :) and I agree with Susan about this being the best therapy for you... I can't wait to see your beautiful work again!...Big Hugs for you! :)

Vesna said...

So glad to see you back. All the best to Ada, your family, and you.

Molly said...

We have missed you Ponsawan! I just popped over to read your daughters update blog. I am glad that you will be able to have her home with you soon.

You continue to be in our prayers.

Chel said...

I'm so happy to hear that Ada is coming home and can continue to improve under your watchful and loving eyes. I look forward to seeing whatever creations you have time and energy to share with us. But please know that every single one us realize Ada is your first concern. My hopes, prayers, and love are with you and Ada and all your family and friends. I know that she will blossom and bloom when she comes home.

Raven's Clay said...

I'm so glad to hear your daughter is coming home. Gosh, what an awful trial you guys have been through. Good to hear you've got your hand back in the clay too! I love seeing your polymer clay explorations, Ponswana - you are a real inspiration. :)

May you and yours find peace, happiness... of above all, health!

Judy said...

Hugs for you and your daughter, and giant smile of joy as well! Continued healing for both you! Baby steps have led to this wonderful progress, and will continue the progress in your art, and in healing Ada's body. You have many people behind you, cheering you on!

The Beaded Soul and Mimi & Co. said...

YEAH!!!!!!!! I am so glad Ada is coming home and so glad to see your amazing designs again. God is so awesome Ponswan and I am so thankful you have your daughter still with you. Love, Garlinda, The Beaded Soul

Kim Cavender said...

Wonderful news, Ponsawan! I check in from time to time to read about Ada's progress and I'm thrilled to know that you will have her home with you soon. I look forward to reading updates on Ada and I'm hoping that being able to spend some time creating again will bring you a sense of peace and a way to express all that you and your family have had to endure. May there be only good things ahead for Ada and your family!

Wanda said...

I've been following your story and sending you and your family my prayers...I am so glad that Ada's coming back home soon...will be good for all. Keep on creating...it'll be healing for everyone.

Julie Picarello said...

Wonderful news, exciting news! Wishing Ada continued progress on her recovery, and for you, Ponsawan...many peaceful hours at your work table, knowing that you are *finally* all home together.

lindly said...

Wishing you all continued healing, golden light and insight...thank YOU for sharing your courage of peace. I look forward to seeing your new polymer clay creations.

marilyn said...

Hi,I am so glad you have returned home and that your daughter is well enough to come home.  Happy claying!Marilyn Davenportwww.bitsofclay.comhttp://marilyn-bitsofclay.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

dear Ponsawan, I often pass on your blog and I am relieved of knowing that your daughter go returned soon to the house, I am very happy for you all!! good continuation!
enomis from belgium

Iris Mishly said...

Hi Ponsawan! So glad to see you back!

Sandi said...

Wonderful news, wonderful work, wonderful women!

Milica said...

Wellcome back, Ponsawan, your new necklace are amazing!!!

kc said...

Hi Ponswan,
I have missed a lot. I am so sorry to hear about your daughter.
I just came by to see what you were up too ( after several long months of not creating). I will keep you all in my prayers.
KC

Lori Scouton said...

Ponsawan...
Welcome back! I am so happy to see you are back in the creative swing! Your leaf necklace turned out fabulous! What kind of leaf are you using for your impression? It turned out very similar to the Joe Pye impressions I use which are so effective. See here:
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I have followed your daughters story on the blog you've created and pray for your family often. Take care and peace be with you.
Lori in Spokane WA

Silastones said...

Dear Lori
I just draw the leaf on the paper, cut it out and use it as a guide line to cut out the clay. I did not use the stamp but used the needle to draw the small veins on the leave myself. Depend on how big or how fancy I want my leaf to look like, using the stamp seems to limit my imagination because I just like to make "leaf look alike" more that making it look real. Your leave bracelet looks really cool, I might try that if you don't mind. :)
Thanks.

Lori Scouton said...

Ponsawan...
I'd love to see what you come up with trying a leaf bracelet. I did mine real quick one morning and now I cant seem to get another one just right! It is amazing that you dont use a leaf for impressions, you get such a realistic result. The plant I use is just about at the end of it's season so soon I will have to move one to other creations. Thanks for responding, I will be watching for that bracelet!

ilubitart mom said...

While blog jumping I landed on your page - what wonderful jewelry you have! Your photos of your and your daughter tug at my heart. My daughter is six and I can't even imagine your trials. Much love from those of us lost in space trying to make a connection....Laura Lee

Anonymous said...

je suis heureuse pour toi et ta fille ,Ponsawan!Désolée de ne pas écrire en anglais mais quelqu'un te traduira bien mon message!Depuis la France(Lyon) je regarde de temps en temps ton travail et je suis contente de te savoir revenue dans la paix de l'esprit qui permet de pouvoir créer à nouveau!Tous mes voeux à toi et ta famille!Amitiés de JINe

Maureen Carlson said...

HI Ponsawan,

Glad to hear that your life is getting back in to some kind of routine in your own home, and that Ada can be at home, too. I check in from time to time to read your story and to send well wishes your way. Thanks for including us in your journey. Wishing you continuing strength, hope, joy and love,
Maureen cArlson

Karri said...

Beautiful necklaces...so glad I found your blog!

Keep creating and spreading your beauty!

Karri