Saturday, February 01, 2014

A Little Thing Called Love


Well the day to day sagas continue in my household...

I think my son has been feeling a little low lately ... Nothing he's said ... just something a Mother feels
So I made this little Valentine card for him ... to let him know how very much I love him


It's easier when they are little ... As they grow older you have to respect their privacy and all you can do is be there ... though no one is ever too old for a hug are they...



... And it's not just my son 


My DH had a scare the other day ... I'd made us both a sandwich for lunch and suddenly he started to choke ... 
Thankfully I'm not the panicky sort ... And though I've never actually learned the "How To" I performed the Heimlich Maneuver together with a few back slaps and finally I released the blockage

Guess you could say I saved his life ... Maybe its a little thing called Love

Till soon

~ Ros ~

14 comments:

Zue said...

It makes the world go round!
Your card will bring a smile I am sure.
It is difficult to get men to say how they feel....I am sure your son knows that you will be listening if he wants to talk.
Thank goodness you were there to administer first aid.
Love
Sue x

Heather Jensen said...

This is stunning, Ros! Your son will love this. Sorry to hear he is kind of down, hopefully he will perk up soon. :)

OMGoodness! So glad you were there to help your poor hubby. How scary!

Mona Pendleton said...

Beautiful card Ros! Love the inky background and sweet butterfly fluttering about! Surely your son will treasure this!

Astrid Maclean said...

OMG Ross, that must have been some fright.
It's amazing how we get help from somewhere if we truly love! Your card is beautiful and I am sure your son will appreciate it!

Tracy said...

Your poor hubby has had it rough lately hasn't he. Good thing you were there to help him. Hope your son is feeling more chipper. The card you made for him is designed so wonderfully. I really like the black strip across the heart. I don't know why but it seems to make it manly. :-)

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

I hope Mikey feels better soon, and this card could probably do the job!

Heidi said...

Your card is stunning!
Beautiful colours and lovely details:)
I'm so glad that you saved your husbands life. Must have been scary.
Take care, hugs:)

Barbara said...

Wow, I'd say you did - save his life, I mean. Not panicking is one thing but doing the right thing is quite another - he must feel blessed to have you! As for the card: what a beauty! As Valentine's is not big in Germany I have a hard time with that subject anyway but make a male one? Kudos!

Ira Huberts said...

Good for you Ros to stay so calm and in control, glad you managed to help your husband. Gosh, he's in for it these days, isn't he? On a lighter note: your heart card looks superb, such a great colour combo and I just love the grid pattern, perfect for a guy! And you're right, there's never enough love! Take care, Ira x
Ira’s Crea Corner

Sue Lelli said...

WOW, Ros! They are BOTH lucky to have you around! Your DH is lucky you saved his life ~ which you truly did! So impressed with your cool head! And your son is going to LOVE this FABULOUS card filled with LOVE! I hope you gave it to him early!

Stella said...

You are definitely the guardian angel of your husband. And a wonderful Mum for your son. he will love this card. Love what you made for him with splash of color on the background.

Thinking of you....XXXXXX

Diane said...

You are such a wonderful care giver...I hope they are appreciating and taking care of "you" too!! Beautiful card in the pretty blues...I would imagine he loved it and the thoughtfulness of his Mum!!

Michelle said...

Wow...scarry! Thank God you were there for your huband!
Beautiful card...your shades of blue!!! Love your paint splatter and the embellished heart!

Rebecca said...

What a sweet mom. I think he will cherish this as a reminder of your love.

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