Thursday, December 16, 2010

Gently, Carefully


Before I left to go antique shopping yesterday
Before I got Falafel and wound my way down the highway home
Before the horror of my evening

I made a gorgeous gorgeous ring and photographed it.
I am bed-bound and so I thought it would be wise to share it with you and put her in the Metal Shop.

Here she is:





Awaiting her Mistress HERE.

Your convos, comments, emails, texts and phone calls have been received with a grateful and emotional heart.

I am stunned by how much love there really is out there.

My body is tender, bruised and aching and my mind is replaying something I never even want to remember, over and over again.

My biggest wish is to feel safe.

My biggest gratitude at the moment is to Honda for taking the time to engineer a subcompact car that can withstand the battering of an intense accident
with a driver who lives to wonder at feat.

Thank you, Honda, and thank you Penny for giving it all you had when it mattered most.

xoxoxox,
Allison

9 comments:

liz r. said...

I've been thinking about you today. I hope it goes well with you, and that the bedriddenness is for rest rather than injury.

Beautiful ring--she is gentle indeed.

Nialah said...

*hugs* get well soon my dear.

Sending you lots of healing thoughts from across the oceans.

And that is a gorgeous, delicate and timeless ring.

xoxoxoxo

M

Cat said...

the ring is gorgeous...amazingly so
prayers for healing rising up for you tonight....and a good nights sleep

love and light

MrsLittleJeans said...

I hope you feel better soon...you really were protected by angels!
And what a gorgeous ring!

Relax and smile this weekend...xoxoxo

sylvestris said...

The time-zone difference delayed my knowing what happened to you, so only now am I saying I'm SO GLAD YOU'RE OK--that, of course, is what's most important!!! But I'm also sorry about what happened to Penny--that sturdy little car did indeed save your life.

Rest easy and heal deep, Allison.

That is one sweet ring.

xoxo
Dorothy

bonddi said...

You will feel the shock of survival for a time because you walked away from terror. You may not have broken bones but other important bits and pieces of your body and life were shattered. Rest and heal. xoxoxo

gallerydarrow said...

I'm busy and haven't been around much. I'm so sorry to hear about your car accident. I'm glad you're okay. xoxoxo, Ro

*gorgeous little ring.

Angela said...

I am so sorry to hear of your accident but so glad you are alright! Take good care, xo.

Desirée said...

I'm so sorry to hear about the accident. I know from personal experience how awful they can be. Strangely enough, I also own a Honda Fit, and I'm glad to hear that it protected you from worse damage.