Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Some shares

Today I am sharing some of the heartfelt tokens of love and support I have been receiving. This is all part of my journey and everything is important to me!

Home-made jam van Vanessa in Germany with a beautiful card!

From Ellie (Holland) and Lin (USA).

And this beauty is from Chris Richards (U.K.)

This vintage beauty from Petra in Holland. That is four different countries already. Thank you all ladies!

My last share is two cards I made using the same A4 sheet of brown gingham that I printed out on Sunday.

Some peaches from our tree, they only need to soften and they are ready to eat.

See you again soon!


  1. How lovely so many people are thinking of you Jacqueline, I'm happy that you get so much support! There's a little something for you on my blog, if you'd like to come over and visit me? Take care, Ira x

  2. Dear Jacqueline, Ira mentioned your name and I was curious, so I visit your blog.
    I am very impressed by your testimony and your love for the Creator of heaven and earth.
    I can cancel AMEN!
    I have become your follower. I come to see you again.
    Kindest regards and God rich bless you, hennie.

  3. Hi Jacqueline, may i say what a lovely post ! To showcase a representation of all the love and support that has been given to you is a wonderful example of your warmth and generosity !
    God bless you dear friend.....
    love and hugs
    chris richards

  4. The cards are continuing to come in and it just shows how very much we all care about you! Both of your cards are so pretty today too! Thinking of you as always. . .

  5. Just shows your Loved all around the world!
    hugs Lynn

  6. Beautiful cards from your friends and your cards are so beautiful as usual. Can't wait to use the gingham I downloaded too...again thanks for the link.

  7. Each card you received shows the sender admires your lovely style of creating. Wish I could come over for some of those lovely peaches and just have a "chat." Thankful for the world of blogging that at least allows us to share a bit of our lives:)

  8. All your lovelies that your received look wonderful.. Including those beautiful cards that you made.. You know I always love your soft style..
    Those Peaches look so Yummy.. It is one of my favorite fruits.

    Take card my sweet friend..

  9. Thinking of you . . . and sending up prayers . . .

  10. Dear Jacqueline,
    I was just over at Ira's blog and she mentioned that her friend was sick...I didn't realize it was you...I am so sorry to hear what you have been going through...and I will pray for you--You are such a wonderful person. The beautiful gifts from your friends are a testament to how you inspire so many of us.

  11. hey jacky, I cried when I read that you have been so sick, it makes me sad because I love you and even though we are so far away from each other you are my sister and i don't want you to be sick. Thinking of you and miss you. I wish I could be with you. Linda xx

  12. It's all so lovely Jacqueline. The love shared and the your willingness to inspire all of us. Those peaches look wonderful! Hugs!

  13. Ah, Jacqueline, so glad to see that you are still receiving cards to let you know we are thinking of you all around the world! The peaches look wonderful...I continue to think of you and keep you in my prayers. Take care!

  14. Jacqueline I hope that the support of all these people is helping you through this difficult time.
    Thinking of you; I hope that you are not too sick or tired throught the chemo.
    Take care; hugs and love,

  15. Dear Jacqueline, thank you for sharing the beautiful and thoughtful gifts with us! You're blessed. I am so and so many are blessed through your friendship. Please get well. You' re such a good witness of God's love and mercy. John Piper wrote a good article on cancer (he had cancer too). It is called "Don't waste your cancer". See if it could be uplifting to you. With love, Maria

  16. Hi Jacqueline,
    Last week I had a dental procedure that required me to be under a light sedation. As the dentist was starting work and I was still 'awake' I decided I would pray for people who were in more difficult situations than me. Later when told my husband that (he had to take me in and bring me home) he said, "yeah, Lyn and her husband overseas". Since I can't remember the conversation I can only think that I was trying to say your name as I don't know any Lyns overseas! I love that the Spirit knows and intercedes on our behalf!

    Love and prayers,

  17. So glad that so many people are thinking of you! How totally wonderful! Love those gorgeous cards you are making with that gingham paper! Warm hugs, Brenda.

  18. What lovely cards and gifts from your friends. Your cards are beautiful. The peaches look delicious!


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