Here for you

Do you have a need to do list that never quite gets done?  I do!  This has been on my list for two weeks..One of our friends lost a baby to miscarriage and I have been wanting to write her a card since the day I found out.  Today was one of those days that I decided to sit down for a minute and look and see what the challenges were on  pre=”on “>splitcoast stampers.  For the clean and simple challenge it was a sympathy card.  I knew that it was the push I needed.  I went to Beate’s WSC for last Friday and used her sketch (how when you have a sketch to go by does it still take me forever to do one card!).  I think this all came to pass for a reason.  As I sit here typing with tears in my eyes I vividly remember losing my baby two years ago today.  I don’t know that anyone who has never experienced it can even relate.  It is heart wrenching and forever changing.  I still think of our baby that we will met in heaven often.  Less than I did two years ago but I will never forget.  The Lord has blessed us with three wonderful boys here on earth that I am so truly grateful for even if I do let them watch too much tv some days!  Anyway, here is the card that I made for her.  On the inside I used the sentiment, Here for You from the Friends 24-7 set.  The main image is from the same set.  The designer paper is retired SU!. It is probably one of my favorite all time SU! papers.  I love the vintagy feel!  Hope that you count your blessings today!zCard Fronts 034


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Beate
    Oct 20, 2009 @ 00:29:34

    Beautiful card, Staci! Sorry you had such a sad reason to make it!
    Big cyber hugs to you and your friend.


  2. Debbie
    Oct 20, 2009 @ 04:56:27

    Beautiful card! So sorry for the loss for both of you.


    • stacilynch
      Oct 20, 2009 @ 04:58:22

      Hey Debbie,

      Thank you so much for all of your nice comments! They mean alot to me! How are you doing? What are you up to these days? Are you still swapping with any of the other ladies? Have a great night!



  3. B. Doerflein
    Oct 21, 2009 @ 02:08:59

    Hi Staci,
    Sounds like the time spent making your card was truly a healing catharsis for yourself … I’m sorry.
    I’m glad I chose to make the “Praying For You” card at the stamp camp. My next door neighbor battling a rare, devastating cancer is back in the hospital. We stopped by to see him and gave him the card … much appreciated by both Mike and his wife, Jill.
    Thank you for the wonderful projects you put together for your stampers.
    Love you.


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