This has been a very trying time, and I just haven't been about, reading and commenting in everyone's blogs. I want to let you all know how much I love you all and appreciate your comments to my blog. I received a lovely card from Tammy in Missouri, and I know she has to be a stitching blogger because it had adorable kitties all over it. Tammy, doll, I'm embarrassed about this, but I just can't put your name to a blog name, and I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your card. Maybe she or someone here can fill me in. Dianne Collins sent me the most incredible and appropriate bear; also a fabric, embroidered sign to hang on a cabinet knob. I'll get pix when I'm able.
This is the story I've written to my Yahoo Groups, and it's killing me, but I have no choice:
This is going to be very difficult for me, but I went to have my leg x-rayed today, and I suspected this, but I have done more damage to the break by going up & down stairs and getting around too much, putting weight on it as I do so. Our computers are down here in the basement, along with my sewing room, my recliner, big screen TV, etc. My family has moved my Dazor lamp, my cross stitching, my stitching frame with the recliner attachment (still have to keep my leg elevated) up to our bedroom, where this is another Lazy Boy recliner and a smaller TV. They can care for me easier with the laundry room just outside out bedroom, and of course, the kitchen up there too. If it will save me from surgery, I'll do it. I have to go back in two weeks and hope it has begun to mend before it gets any more crooked. If I move it anymore, I have to have surgery, so the computer is on hold till then.
Faith and Shelleen, please take care of things while I'm gone on Stitching Sisters, though I know you will ;-).
May you all know that I'm dying to get all this behind me, and I'm deperate to cooperate so I can sooner than later.
I'll be thinking of you all and biting at the bit to see what's been going on while I've been away. I'm still stitching and will have some nice pix when I get back.
Love to all and keep those needles flyin.'