Life is in your hands

Life is in your hands


20 thoughts on “Life is in your hands

  1. I have a magnifying lamp, huge one that I’ve used for needlework for years. Used to do counted cross stitch until I couldn’t even count it with the lamp, so now I use it for reading. Once you have cataracts the removal will take care of your vision and it will be okay again. Unless it isn’t, like if you have MS. I use mine for crochet now too, but can still knit without having to look at it. That’s one thing that I can do by feel!


    • This is very true. I think sometimes it takes realizing this first. That’s always my prayer that the ones I love do realIze this life just doesn’t happen to us. Thank you for your wise comment 🤗💕


  2. Yikes! My hands look just like that today, MM — sorta frozen with arthritis and gout! but not so artistic as your drawing. Just painful enough for a double transplant — Eddie Scissorhands style! My hair could use some attention too.

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