Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Good news...

Yesterday I had my 6 week check-up with the melanoma specialist. I got blood work and a very thorough exam and came out with a clean bill of health, except I knew that I was having signs of a bladder infection so I got some antibiotics for that and already I am feeling better. Nothing is going to stop me from my appointed duties. LOL. I am not the postal carrier. HaHa. I do slow down a bit but I am not stopping completely.

Today, I plan on putting a rather large t-shirt quilt on Lola and start the quilting on it. I have an appointment at the eye doctor's office to pick up my new glasses and get them fitted properly. It has only been 4 weeks since they were ordered. I hope they are worth the wait. I have also just made plans to go to Tina's tonight to paint my barn block. Debbie is going to work on her's too.

This is another bit of good news that I can share and am waiting impatiently for. Lindsey and Brianne are flying home for a little vacation this weekend. I am going to get my hands on both of my granddaughters in less than a 2 week span. That is a great blessing all around. Here is a picture that Lindsey sent me a month or so ago and I can see her momma all over again at this age in Brie.
Isn't she adorable? Of course she is adorable in the photo of her in the highchair with ravioli sauce all over her face too. These kiddos grow up so fast. Stay little for a while longer.

Well, this is about all the news for today... Haha, I just had a knock on the door and they are going to have to shut our electricity off for about an hour or so as they are running new power lines on our road. At least the gentleman was kind enough to give us a heads up about what is going on. I won't get too much quilting done although I can load the quilt perhaps before the power goes off.

I best be going and getting this done. Have a great day and be thankful that we even have electricity. I would not have enjoyed living in more primative days before electricity, lights, heat and air conditioning, refrigerators and toilets and airplanes that make travel so much easier and faster. I like the conveniences that we have. Be thankful for these.

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