Wednesday, March 11, 2015

What a Day for a Daydream!!

On every Black Friday...I get so excited about their flannel sale that I feel like I am going to Las Vegas instead of JoAnn's fabrics.  This last time, I got tons of flannel for $1.24 a yard with my coupons.  This fish flannel was going to be perfect for a certain anniversary.  Until today, did I not realize that the anniversary was in May and today was already 83 degrees in Charlotte...The pillowcases were were preemptively delivered tonight!! No one uses flannel in Charlotte in May.
The Hospice nurse visited today...Jeeze Louize these women cannot keep  their hands off my man!!
The kids were all over the stethoscope and pulse taking..Caregivers in training.
Uncle Declan is taking them to Karate...TBTG
While we were having a quilting group here, Mr. O'Quilts and his bro were working on the Dynovox speaking machine.  Our ALS clinic had it in their loaner closet so we gratefully did not have to buy it.
There is a little dot on his eyeglasses that types and reads word that speak for him. With some practice he may even be able to text someone.
How very lucky are we!!
 Everyone has their thing...A perfect picture here..: Christmas M&M's in a Halloween tin:)


ES said...

A flannel pillowcase sounds very cozy, I have an old t shirt that is super soft, I am hoping to make it into some sort of pillow case for me! So it will be all soft and nice on my face!! I hope the 'speaking' machine works out, that is such a feat of technology!

It's real humid here today and I cannot wait for a cool breeze to come, I know winter can't come soon enough for me at the moment!

Love to you all.

Alcea Rosea 31 said...

I love the personal pillow cases, such fun. Technology is helping so many people stay independent, being able to express oneself is so important.
Love the m&m's and tin.

smazoochie said...

It's is a modern-day miracle, the way technology can help maintain people with physical restrictions & losses. Blessings to all of you!
Mr. O'Q looks pleased with the nurse's smooch. :)
Keep those snuggle-y pillowcases coming!