Tuesday, 5 July 2011

A fairy flew in from America

How thrilled I am, my faith in humanity has been restored.  There are truly kind people in this world......  

My long time blogging friend Rafael, from mytinystudio has sent me a wonderful surprise, a magic fairy.. I can't begin to explain how happy this has made me feel this morning....

This little fairy has arrived almost 9 years to the day since my beautiful daughter Samantha was killed in a road accident... The loss of our daughter has been so awful, I can't begin to explain.... The sadness that overwhelms me at this time of the year is tremendous.

So my friend Rafael, your timing is perfect.  I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your kindness in sending me this little treasure.  She couldn't have arrived at a better time, I shall treasure her always. She has cheered me up no end. 


Thank you Rafael you are such a sweetheart, I send you a big, big hug.xxxx

7 comments:

  1. That's Beautiful - how thoughtful and what a treasure xxxxx

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  2. What a tremendously sad, uplifting blog. I can even begin to imagine what losing a child is like.
    But that the kindness of others is supportive and uplifting, I am pleased to say, I do understand.

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  3. I hope this fairy will bring some consolation!

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  4. You are very welcome .
    Big hugs back !

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  5. Hello Julie, what a lovely surprise for you and thank you so much for the lovely comment you left in my exhibition book...you're a star xxx Ellen

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  6. Hi Julie, have just 'found' your blog and wanted to say I'm so glad the surprise parcel managed to lift your spirits and bring some happiness to your day................

    Sweet fairy with her pet Ladybird.

    Claire :}

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  7. I'm sending you a big hug...just because you need one.

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