A sassy, crafty mama bird from Los Angeles
raising a very sweet little girl with Autism
and a new baby boy in the Midwest... and other stuff, too.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Lady of The Arts

My life has been touched by some pretty amazing women. Like anyone else, I've had good friends come and go (some even went right around the time Little Bird started struggling.... hmmm), but there are some very special ones that are there no matter what. The kind you could not be in touch with for months, and then suddenly you're back in touch and everything is exactly as you left it; the kind you could call on a moment's notice and say "I'm coming into town and need a place to stay"; the kind who will always be there for you no matter how many miles or time zones separate you. I'm a lucky girl. I've got a few of those kinds of friends. One of them is Lady Ren. She's a Lady of The Arts and writes about it. She just put up this post that I just have to share with you. You'll see why this post is particularly interesting to me. Have a look...


3 comments:

Lady Ren said...

Oh D. Thank You!

Anonymous said...

Dani... remember when you were little and we would put out lint from the dryer for the birds to use? My Granny taught me that. Love Lady Ren's style. Mom

Irene said...

Hi Dani,
Thank you for your positive feedback on my Bird Card and nest building project that Ren featured on her blog. (I like your mother's reminder about the dryer lint-and it would come in a rainbow of colors as well!)
I enjoyed reading your blog and seeing for myself how well you are all doing. You keep your Little Bird moving and her smile says it all. The ups and downs of life you write about are similar to another mother's blog I follow who has an autistic son. http://littlecottonrabbits.typepad.co.uk/
I have gained much insight and understanding from blogs like yours and I appreciate the effort you and other bloggers put into them. Thank you for sharing with us.
Hugs to You All-Irene

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