Thank you dear friends and followers for your visits, for your love and prayers for both myself and Freddie.
I really appreciate you taking the time to call in, view my artwork and leave such wonderful comments.
Sending you all love, hugs and blessings,

June xxx

Saturday 23 July 2011

So quickly....

Accidents happen so quickly. Skyela shows no fear at her age.
She was jumping on her brother's bed and fell off,
breaking her wrist yesterday.
I've just been up to see them and she's trotting around
as though nothing has happened.
Bless her little heart.


jabblog said...

Children mend very easily, thank goodness:-)

cheryl said...

oh hun how cute is she bless her heart,hope she recovers quickly hun hugs cheryl xx

From the Kitchen said...

Poor baby! Skyela looks adorable in her cast. She'll be fine and love all the attention.


Brenda Brown said...

Such a sweetie and looks as though she will cope well with her cast. Is she one of these children that will still go back and do it again or will she be more fearful about it next time?
Have a great weekend.
luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox

June Yarham said...

I really don't know Brenda. She doesn't seem to associate what she did with the poorly arm. She is always trying to emulate big brother and has no fear of anything! We hope she doesn't do it again!! xx

Patti said...

She is such an adorable little girl. I hope she heals quickly and completely.

My daughter broke her arm when she was 10. She had been goofing around and fell backwards off the edge of an above-ground pool. It ended up requiring surgery, as the bone was coming through the skin. Anyhow, it was about a week before the start of school. She had to learn to write with her left hand, since her right arm was in a cast. Boy, was she glad when she could use her right hand again a couple months later.

Happy Saturday.


Lovey said...

Oh...children are so resilient and have No Fear...here's hoping for a speedy recovery!!

Vicki@MorePowerfulBeyondMeasure said...

She precious! Hope she has a quick recovery! Little ones do not usually let things slow them down much! Best, Vicki

Bill said...

The poor little thing! But she looks fine despite all the wear and tear. Just don't ever let her climb up a tree and unto the roof of your house. Then you might really be in trouble!

irinasztukowski said...

Ah those little jumpers. I guess it is not in vain there is a poem that said: "No more jumping on a bed".. Doctors are right!
I am sending my best wishes to Skyela to recover. I am in the process of painting her beautiful picture now and sending my positive thoughts to her :)
Take care!