Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Good evening all you lovely quilters, I bet you thought I died, haha no such luck It was two years ago my husband went into surgery and took a year to recover enough to go back to work. That lasted about two months, then he started getting sick and after 3 or 4 hospitals checking him out, we found one in New Mexico that told him to go home and get his doctor to see about the lump in his neck, RIGHT AWAY, and that started our long journey thru the Cancer horrors, they didnt give him much more then 20% to live, but we had a great doctor that never gave up, and Charlie ended up doing Chemo and radiation at the same time it was the worst thing we had to ever go thru, with all the radiation burning his throat so he couldnt even swallow, we ended up at home, we me feeding him thru a tube in his stomach, I can tell you I never thought I had it in me, but with the help of great nurses and docs we made it thru and now Chuck is back to work, so maybe I will be able to get some quilting done, On the lighter side, my youngest had a baby boy, such a cutie pie, and I do have three quilts sewed up but not quilted for her, I did make bunches of recieving blankets and burp rags for her and all of them had Baby Joey on them, so cute, I will try to get a few pics up, this month, and I am going to try and buy some bolts of materials so I can start to sell them, maybe I can make a little to pay all of our bills, well till next time hugs and happy quilting


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