Yesterday I had my follow up appt. and things seems to be doing well. I was told that there are small blockages in my heart and that I will need to be on a blood thinner the rest of my life. I just need to be aware of any issues I might have and take care of them in a timely manner and not wait like I did this time. To many chances of having another heart attack and to many chances that it could take my life away.
I can now get back to my quilting, sewing and crafts... I have numerous quilt tops ready to be quilted. I am also in the process of making some items for a online friend who owns a embroidery design site. Her designs are fantastic and one day I hope to tell you more about her work and host a giveaway featuring her designs. I made a baby quilt with her frog designs for her and I am now making a baby tiger baby quilt for her sister in law and also a cameo and lady quilt for her mother.
Now that I am using my Tin Lizzy all the time I listed and sold my Nellie Belle (Bailey 15" pro quilter) to a local lady. I had met them at a Anita Goodesign event and her mother knew I quilted and asked if I would be taking quilt projects for other people. Well, she came with her daughter when she bought the machine and she brought a quilt she wants me to quilt for her. I broke down and told her to leave it that I would quilt it for her. I really wasn't thinking of doing quilts for others as I am always afraid that I will mess up their quilt. But this lady was determined that she wanted me to quilt her special quilt. I even mentioned that her daughter had just bought a quilting machine and she said no she wanted me to quilt her quilt.
So I guess that is about it for now.. I am off to the sewing room... Hope you all have a great weekend. Oh and a special thanks to all of you who sent get well cards, I loved them all. It was so nice that you thought of me and it made me feel really special to know you cared.
As for the puppies
The boys are still looking for a forever home
Bubba the adventurer (Dk color)
Bailey the shy guy (beside Bubba)
Buddy the lover (in front)
Then there is Skeeter, he was the runt of the litter, the one we didn't think would make it. He is the one we bottle fed, the one for weeks never gained a ounce. He is now a healthy boy just tiny and so spoiled.. Of course after spending all that time and effort to make sure this guy got a fighting chance, he has a home with us.