Saturday, July 9, 2016

Happy and More

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Here is the jelly roll top I made in the rehab nursing home, while on Hydrocodone...See..
With a bit of fabric and a sewing machine....I can be forever free...!!
A bag of 2.5 inch strips...all used up.  I think I will have to cut this top into three quilts tops...
Will try to get some help from my Wednesday night group!!  LOL
What do you all think?
 Made in the Nursing home as well....potholders...!!!!  My meditation:)
Today I walked to the end of my street for the first time in 3 years.
Today I went to Hancock Fabric's going out of business sale..
Nothing to buy...but I had to blow a kiss of remembrance and use my new knee.
Today I did not cry.
Today was almost 100 degrees.  It did not stop Ms Stephanie from taking the children to the
neighborhood picnic.
Soon, I am going to my Naranon meeting for the first time in a month.
Today, I drove twice with no dizzy!
Tonight the grands's mother...pretty and clean and sober almost two and a half years. is the babysitter..
Bring it on...Bring on a pretty good day now...
Maybe I will even get some $5 gift cards from Chic-fil-A to hand out to police officers that I see.
Where would we be without them...Just a few bad apples making the news and a million good ones to keep us safe.  They earn nothing...nada.. It touched me that the Dallas police chief said that most days police are not uplifted.
Tonight I will continue to clean my sewing table..
Here I am Lord


Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

I love the quilt top you made in the rehab nursing home!!!

Alcea Rosea 31 said...

Wow, so pleased life is easier for you. Here's to getting better and better and better.

Rachaeldaisy said...

a million good ones to keep us safe - so true!! Good on you for walking to the end of your street and back. And great to hear about the grandies mother.

smazoochie said...

Yay walking! Yay not crying!
And you, always doing good for others, even when you hurt, even when your heart is broken.
It is too bad about Hancock's. My favorite batting came from there & I always found fun quilt backs.

m. said...

So good to see what you've done, and how you are healing! And such good news about your grands' mother! What a thoughtful gesture for our police officers. You inspire me.