Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Fob SAL and MIL

Umm, the doctor just called MIL. Seems the original doc didn't read the x-ray very well - the radiologist found a break in the tibula. She's going to the orthopedist tomorrow. But, she's feeling much better and getting around pretty well. Now, they say stay off the leg and stay down. Ugh!

btw - she says thank-you for all the well wishes!

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Teresa is kicking butt and has her stitching all done! She's ready to put this together and tackle the ribbon! Go Teresa!


Me on the other hand ~~~ got next to nothing accomplished this week. Maybe this weekend.


Four little leaves - four little leaves...I'm hanging my head. Honestly - this week has been insane.

Alright - I have to go start dinner paprika chicken and baked potatoes. Yummy.
Denise

10 comments:

Mouse said...

ohhh dear .. hope things start to improve for you ... and love what you have done both of you sooo far ;0 love mouse xxx

Pumpkin said...

Oh dear :o( It could have been worse though. A lot worse.

Don't fret! I'm sure you'll be caught up very soon ;o)

paula said...

Hope the cast isn't to nasty for the MIL. I'll be thinking good thoughts for her:0}

Shari said...

oh my! I am glad someone else found the broken bone & it will be taken care of...
the SAL's both look great....

gracie said...

Poor MIL...The more I see this project here and there, I think I need to get it to stitch. You will get to it soon!

Lesleyanne said...

Sometimes life gets in the way of stitching. Looks great though.

rosek1870 said...

Dinner sounds Yummy wish I was there we had burgers and salad as heat was too much to cook. Did they find ML's break on the MRI. A couple of my girls breaks when they were young did not show up for a few days and one not til the MRI. They told me the bone swells and can hide a break when new. They always said if not better in a few days see the ortho dr. I usually took them the next day.

country stitcher said...

Ive had one of thoughs weeks also. not much stitching. Hope your MIL is feeling better soon.
Happy Stitching
Denise

Angela P said...

Life has that way of interfering with stitching time but your progress looks great!

mdgtjulie said...

Don't hang your head. After all, it's not YOUR fault that life gets in the way sometimes. Can't wait to see your finish Denise. And even if you finish behind her, you'll still have a new friend!