Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Ring a Day project

Last year I participated in a project on Flickr called "Ring a Day". The objective was to make one ring each day for 365 days. There were almost 400 people signed up and only 14 finished the project.Some of the rings I made did tell the story of Ada and what happened to her that day.
The first one is a "Cheerios" ring I made on her Birthday.
The second day was when Ada and I fell in front of the house and I scraped my fingers.
Next one was her name tag they put on her wrist when we were in ER. Sometime we had to wait so long, I blew up the blue rubber gloves to help entertain Ada.
The next two were the "No known Allergies" tags. We had to go back twice that day to get her new feeding tubes.

This one is part of the feeding bag that hook up to Ada's feeding tube.

This last one is very dear to me. It was ring#364.

Sometime you have to work on what ever life thrown at you. With a little bit of imagination, lots of love and a sense of humor, I had survived another year.


Anonymous said...


Happy New Year!!!!! You are certainly Ms. Creative combined with thoughtfulness inspired in the impact Ada's life is having in yours. For that, you should have won the first prize!

You more than survived another year! You were instrumental in all the advances that Ada had last year and you did it all with love, intuition and yes, creativity!

May this year be full of more growth and progress, love and friendship, health and happiness! Love you! Hugs, F&M

Susanne said...

Dear Ponsawan,

I adore your strength and warmth,
and your endless creativity...
Often thinking of Ada and you...


GAgrl said...

I just came across your blog while looking for information about working with polymer clay. I will keep you and your beautiful daughter in my prayers. I hope that she recovers fully and that she will have a life filled with happiness.

Anonymous said...

Just thinking of you and Ada. Your blog has been quiet and I'm hoping that all is well and that Ada continues to improve. Please update when you have a spare minute. Just wanted to let you know that we still care and think of you often.

angkana said...

I love reading every single word you wrote. How precious!

Every time I visit your blog, you gave me strength and inspiration. Thank you very much.

You are very talented and discipline. I am glad you did not allow any life obstacles to stop you. You will continue to shine a bright light; exactly the way I think of "Saengvichian".