Monday, September 14, 2009


I haven't done much this last few weeks. The wind has left my sails as they say. My mother passed away last Tuesday night. I have okay days and very bad be fair the nights are the worst. I can't sleep. My mind won't stop thinking. It's no wonder people are driven to drink or do drugs in difficult times. The strongest thing I have in the house this evening is cough syrup. That's pitiful.
I have never been good at creating when I'm sad, I'm sure I'll get better,it's life after all, but that doesnt make it any easier!But it really is a "heart ache" it's so physical.
I do love to see what everyone else is up to, you are all so talented. I'm very blessed to have your acquaintances.


Rose said...

Hey Misty.

I guess you know we are all sending you our love and best wishes... I guess the only thing that ever made me feel better in my darkest days was getting outside and going for a walk somewhere nice. Don't know if that is your thing... And chamomile tea can be good for sleep... XXX

Misty's Creations said...

Dear Rose,
Thank you you, I can't really get away for a walk but the chamomile tea, sounds like a great idea. The nights are the worst. I can't put my mind to sleep. It's starts every night about now. We don't think about how wonderful a thing sleep is until we can't do it! Thank you Rose!!!

Oops! Desperate Blogger~ said...

Dear Misty,
I am so very sorry about the loss of your mother. Holding you close in prayers and love. In the longest of nights...the dawn eventually breaks through. Sometimes it's so hard to see it, but t does come. Hugs to you my friend.

Misty's Creations said...

Cindy, Thank you for your thoughts and your prayers. I've known this was coming for some time, but the reality shook me to the core. You can never really prepare!

Anonymous said...

Dear Misty
I didnt know, so sorry Misty about your , Mum.I am sure these are hard times for you and your family.You and your Mum will be in my prayers tonight.
On behalf of "The House of Fine Art" and myself you have our deepest Sympathy.
Maria (Murphy)