Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Many Thanks to All

It has been a very good ride, learning all I did about beading.  Then sharing it with all of you and getting some great feedback.  I've made some really good friends through my blog that I hope to stay in touch with.  But it is time for me to say goodbye for now.  I can no longer bead due to the extreme pain caused by carpal tunnel.  Tomorrow I am passing along most of my beads and little treasures to one of my students...my mom.  I will check back in when it is time to tell you all about the book that some of my projects are going to be in.  For now, though, it's time to turn off the lights.

You can still find me in blogland.  I'll be writing from time to time and posting pics of my life adventures at Indigo Days.  I hope to see you there.  Please keep in touch.

9 comments:

Carol said...

OMGosh. Didn't expect to hear this news. I had CT and got a hold on it before it got bad. I'll see you over THERE.

Happy New Year.

Roberta said...

I am sorry to hear this. Do take care of yourself.

Abracadebra Designs said...

Sorry to hear about the CT. Lisa, reading your blog and watching you learn and learn and learn has been really inspiring to me. It was great getting to know you and your family. Please do continue posting on Indingo Days and please do not be a stranger.
-Debbie

flyingbeader said...

Lisa, I'm so sorry to hear this. I'll miss your posting & your exploration in bead word. Hope you hand gets better so you won't need surgery.

Dees said...

Sorry to hear you are "retiring". I will sure miss you in beadland.

robin michelle said...

So sorry to hear that Lisa. I look forward to seeing the book with your projects. Take care.

Craftymoose Crafts said...

So sorry to hear you have to give up beading! I'll still be visiting you and look forward to hearing about the book. Happy New Year!

Lynn said...

OH RATS!

Take care of yourself my dear. Time to find another outlet for your creative spirit. Good luck on the journey.

Miss you!

Robin said...

I missed this post, Lisa. How totally, devastatingly sad... I wasn't accepting that you couldn't do beading any more, always thinking you'd be back any day. When I read this post, it sinks in that maybe Indigo's Beads is a treat of the past. Of course I'll check in at Indigo Days, but I'll miss the beady you. Hugs, R