I'm home!! I had a great day. The twins are doing great. Isa lost some weight but gained some again too. Bram pulled out his feeding tube last week but is doing ok without. Yesterday he had a bit of a rough day because they stopped some of his meds and it appeared he can't do without them. Today he was feeling a lot better.
Tomorrow they will try again and lower the oxygen. Let's hope he can do that! He's been through so much and came through it every time so maybe he will do it again :)
Carrie, you passed the inspection :D
They didn't look in the right place when I called yesterday...so I took a ride today (70 Miles) to the Gallery and it
was right where I left it...So happy!!! I'm going away on a mini trip with my sister so I needed it for that...
I'm going to bring some hand work with me...I have to watch my evening TV shows...
It was a beautiful but windy day today and I hope all of you spent it the way you wanted to...
Pretty soon it will be time to mail our MB's......
Anael--glad to hear you had a good day. Praying that Bram does well on less oxygen and they can wean him off it quickly. So happy my MBs passed inspection. :)
Honchey--great news on the camera being found! My MBs for May and June are ready to go out anytime! Plus I have two others finished as well.
We were invited to a wedding the end of June for the son of our neighbors for several years. I've decided to make them a large lap quilt for snuggling on the couch. I don't work til Thursday this week (when I will shop for fabric), so hope I can get the blocks finished for the plane quilt before that. Then will set it aside until the wedding gift is done.
No sewing this weekend. Went into town one direction in the morning, mowed our yard, ate lunch, mowed MIL's yard then went to town the other direction. DH needed stuff at different stores. :) Lots more running on a Saturday than usual! Today we have been home relaxing since church.
OK...so sorry to hear of the lose of your friend. What a nice trip you had with the little one in the truck. I understand the stiffness though.
Honchey...thanks again for the pictures and I'm glad that you found your camera. Have fun in Atlantic city with your DS.
Anael...16 weeks...no wonder they are looking so fat and sassy! I pray that Bram can stabilize as well as his sister without any extra oxygen. He decided that the feeding tube wasn't necessary.
Today is going to be a gardening day. It's supposed to get quite warm tomorrow and heavy work is easier for me when it is cooler. I'm laying an edging for my new flower bed.
I got pictures yesterday of my DGS. Hope you all enjoy them too. Attachment 413169Attachment 413170
Ggal--what a cute little guy. :) Thanks for sharing pics! Don't over do it in the garden today.
ooohhhh he is soooo cute! CONGRATS GGal :D
GardenGal, what a great grand child; wish I could hold him and give him a hug in the virtual RV. Don't overdo in the garden today; new flower bed. That sounds exciting. Must be warmer there than here. Still cannot do much in the garden for at least another week. Just too cold.
Anne, wonderful news that you found your camera. It took seven years for my lost camera to find its way back to me.
Thanks, Anael, for the up date on the SewGrands!!
Chicks are in the orchard in the chicken tractor; the ducks are fenced in the East yard, so everything is out of the garage finally. And dh lawn tractor has a big flat tire this morning. Dh needs his prescriptions filled this morning, so I get the joyless job of running into town. Hate to run on Monday; seems like then I have to run somewhere everyday of the week. Sewing lesson on Saturday; are we there yet?
Good news Anael. Fingers crossed for Bram. It sounds like Isa is doing so well. How far they have come.
Gardnergal, That is an adorable little one. I will be with you in the garden today. First we are going on a greenhouse crawl, then get some groceries and out for lunch. I plan on spending the entire afternoon outside in the flower beds.
Carriem, The thread is from this company. http://www.wonderfil.net/wonderfilcms/v1/Default.aspx. I watched their videos on piecing with the InvisaFil and because I am stubborn like that, I am going to give it another try. I am wondering if the first few stitches were coming away because I was sewing on batiks. Anyone have any input?? I love how that thread takes up no space in the seam, it really helps with accuracy.
Honchey, Good that you found your camera.I hope you have a great time with your sis in Atlantic City. What hand work are you doing? Handwork is my favourite. I loved your azaleas. The only ones we have around here are in pots from the florist. Yours were breathtaking.
QNS, I hope it warms up soon. Your gardens are so lovely, I would be out in them all day!
DD, I will check out your link when I get back. Looks interesting.