Sunday, August 8, 2010

Sunday afternoon

Just a few pictures of Ada enjoying herself in the garden at IMA.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the photos! Living so far away, it's nice to at least see her through the photos you share!


Anonymous said...

Ada looks well and seems to be enjoying her beautiful surroundings. Ponsawani, you continue to amaze us. Thanks for the pictures. I was just at your polymer clay blog and love the Potato Chip ring! Your art is wonderful.

Staubach said...

Lovely pictures., Ponsawani. I do hope we can all see Ada again this year with our music. All of our love to your family.

Anonymous said...

Hi Ponsawani,

I love the photos,especially the one of the half tease smile!! Beautiful surroundings. I will write to you in an e-mail Love, Your BSU friends.........M&F

angkana said...

The weather is lovely and you always show me how to enjoy life and living.

Thanks Ponsawan.

Anonymous said...

Hi Ponsawani,
Just checking in on you and Ada. Hope all is well. Update when you can. We will never stop thinking of your lovely family.

Christine said...

Dear Ada's Mom ~
What a lovely tribute to your daughter! I came upon your information today as I researched working with polymer clay.

My late husband was a brain-injury survivor. He had other issues after that, but we had him 10+ years longer than we should have. You are to be commended for all that you do for Ada. Please know that you and your family will be in my prayers!

With your love of music, please visit and see if he will be performing near you soon. He has become a friend of mine, and his piano music is wonderful. I surround myself with it daily! It plays in the background now, even as I type this!

If you care to keep in touch, please feel free to! I am a prayerful Christian, and know too well what being a caretaker means. God has entrusted you with are doing an incredible job, and He sees and knows that.

I am so glad you also have your creativity as an outlet. That has been what has kept me going, and now I have a studio in my home that keeps me busy. I, too, am an artist in many mediums. :)

Brightest Blessings,
Christine O'Toole