My stitches are a bit rough, but mummy says that's what happens when you're hand sewing at two in the morning. She says that it's rather ironic, that someone with bad fatigue can't sleep. I don't know what "ironic" or "fatigue" mean, but I'm glad I have no problems sleeping.
My kimono and under kimono are made from real kimono silk, and my obi, well, from an obi. Mummy said she's pretty pleased with me, but will probably make my next sister bigger and a bit different.
I have to go now, but mummy asked me to ask you to stay for a little bit longer, she says that she'd like to talk to you too. Bye!
Thank you so much for everyone's kind words and support about my health stuff. It really means so much to me and has made me feel much happier, less scared, less crazy and less isolated. Really, I can't thank you enough.
I've found a clinic in Osaka that looks promising, so am trying to get an appointment there soon.
Anyway, today, I'm giving myself a play day. I haven't had a play day in ages so it is well and truly overdue. I'm not going to think about stores or doctors. I'm just going to have fun with some different craft things, catch up on some emails and blog reading, maybe watch a dvd or two and sleep when I want.
Oh, and the picture above is of another kokeshi doll I made, like the paper dolls I make, but this time in kimono and obi fabrics. Once I find where I've put the backing pieces, she'll be made into a broach.
Well, I'm off to play!