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Sunday, June 24, 2012

Updated blog

Good morning to all my stitching and crafting friends. It has been two weeks since my surgery on my toes. I stayed at my daughter's for the first 11 days as I could not put any weight on my foot. I have the best daughter and two grandkids in the world. They were so good to help me as I needed to be helped to the bathroom and everything brought to me. They saw that I had what stitching I wanted next as they love to watch my rotation pieces. I did go back to the doctor on the 19th. and he put a cast on it for the next 3 weeks. I can now put weight on the heel and get around a little. I am back at home and went back to work on Thurs. No driving, but my grandson is great to take me to work and back home. The doctor said the toes were worse than he thought, but he feels good about the surgery.
Now on to my stitching, I did finish an ornament for an exchange and will picture it next week after, my exchange partner gets it. I also finished the ABCS of Aging, Lizzie Kate and it is on the way to be framed. Also, finished the Season of Growth, Summer _Littlehouse Needleworks and the first 8 pages of The Alphebet Samplings Books-With My Needle. Now to get the pillow completed and the ornament finished. Here are pictures of my completed and WIPs progress.
The ABCs of Aging Artfully-Lizzie Kate
Season of Growth-Summer Pillow-LHN

The ABC Samplings Book-With My Needle
First 8 pages of 16 completed. 

 TEXAS - Sue Hillis
Stitching for my Great son Christopher
 Snowman and friends Christmas Stocking-Gold Collection kit.
 The Halloween House - U. Michaels. A SAL with Linda at http://stitchingwithmyfurbabies and 10 other stitchers.
 RED BIRDS JCS issue nov/dec 2011.

Happy stitching and crafting to all in the coming week.



12 comments:

Denise said...

Just finished Red Birds! It is an amazing piece.

Rita said...

Beautiful stitching!

I hope the remainder of your recovery goes well. I can't even imagine how hot a cast is as hot as it is here now.

stitchesnscraps said...

Beautiful stitching, Joyce! Glad you can get around some! Your family is indeed wonderful! You have lovely grandkids and daughter! Can't wait to see your finish all framed up! Thanks for sharing!

Melissa J.

Deb said...

Happy to hear your surgery went well and you are able to get around some. You have a wonderful family! Atleast you had time for stitching, to make up for tx seasonal work. Happy stitching and healing, Deb

Susieq said...

Glad to hear you moved up to a cast, hope the rest of the recovery goes just as well. Congratulations on your finishes. Take care.

Mouse said...

glad to hear you are doing well and keeping out of mischief with all the stitching you are doing :) well done on your finishes and looking forward to seeing them finished finished :) love mouse xxxxx

SoCal Debbie said...

Thank goodness the surgery was on your toes and not your fingers! The ABC book will be great! I love watching your progress on all your WIPs too, especially Halloween House!

Denise SA said...

So glad your surgery went well. Congratulations on your finishes and great progress on your other pieces. Glad you are back blogging too

JoAnn McLaughlin said...

sorry about your leg, glad surgery went well, praying for a speedy recovery, and it is super to have such a supportive family.your stitching is beautiful

Anonymous said...

I am pleased that your leg is getting a little better and you are able to move around more. Love your stitching. Hugz, Margaret, Australia

Linda said...

Congrats on the finishes Joyce. They look great as does all your other works. Glad to hear your on the mend from your surgery.

Linda

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