Wednesday, July 29, 2009

To Honey - a Daughter.

Late last night I doused the last of my candles, checked dashboard and was delighted to read good news about Honey. Her daughter Pema was born 'in pure joy' yesterday morning. Visit her to see a lovely photo of a radiant Honey and her little daughter.
I find - in my excitement - I left the computer on all night. Thank you for all the candles, good wishes and prayers.

17 comments:

Jimmy Bastard said...

Pat, what excellent news to start a fresh day.

Eryl Shields said...

Wonderful, went over and saw the photo, isn't Pema tiny? I love new born babies.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Just went over to Congratulate honey...What a sweet little bundle of joy!

PI said...

Jimmy: a ray of sunshine in the rainy gloom.

Eryl: tiny tiny little fingers. A little miracle.

Scarlet-Blue said...

Beautiful, and so tiny. Here's to hope.
Sx

savannah said...

off to see the new baby! xoxox

PI said...

Naomi: I knew you'd be happy for her.

Scarlet: amen to that;)

Edelweiss Transplanted said...

Such a beautiful photo of the two of them! I found out that the name Pema means "lotus". Fitting for such a sweet little blossom.

sablonneuse said...

Yes, I've been over to Honey's blog. She looks radiantly happy cuddling her little bundle of joy doesn't she.

Charlie said...

Such good news, a tiny miracle.

Madame DeFarge said...

Wonderful to hear something good happening in the world

Cinnamon said...

Congratulations! Your daughter is an inspiration (took a peek at her blog). My sister has breast cancer- what an emotional rollercoaster. Wonderful that you have this happy news today.

PI said...

Savannah: it's a joy to see them.

Edelweiss: it is a very fitting name.

Sandy: I thibk there is a universal ahhhh when we look at the photo.

Charlie: oh for another miracle.

MadameD:it certainly puts one's so called troubles in perspective.

Cinnamon: so sorry about your sister and I hope she is as lucky as three of my friends who have passed their five years clear.
I have misled you; Honey is not my daughter- I don't have a daughter. I was using the old fashioned birth announcement 'to Honey a daughter...(is born)

debra said...

Oh, Pat, what a joyful day! Thank you so much for sharing this.

PI said...

Debra: spreading a little sunshine happens all too rarely.

Kath said...

Congratulations to all! What great news!

PI said...

Kath: they all did a wonderful job didn't they?