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February 21

Friday, February 21, 2014

Well, I am happy to say my husband is much improved. Unfortunately, he still did not feel up to going out today, so we delayed our trip to visit with our children again. We will try for next week. In a way, it may have worked out best for us to go next week because one of our sons would not have been able to be there. I was ok with it all this morning, but as the day wore on, I was a little sad we could not have gone.

But I did not let it get to my diet!! I instead went down to my sewing room and worked on mending and another project. Both jobs are now complete, so time for a new project! Hmm, what will it be? Napkins or a wall hanging? Table runner? My mind is spinning...
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  • v AMINACHRISTINA
    I can imagine how you were feeling, but at least the delay in visiting will mean that you get to see the son you'd have missed if you'd visited earlier. That has to be worth the delay, I'm sure.

    Good move in leaving the kitchen and temptation for spending some time working on a new creation, after tackling the not-so-enjoyable tasks first. I'm interested to find out what it was you decided on for your new project. Hope you can share a photo of the completed project with us. emoticon emoticon
    826 days ago
  • v CHERIJ16
    You are so talented! You have the right idea too: to keep busy. I need to find myself a hobby. I do some scrapbooking when I am home in Michigan but down here in Texas for the winter I don't have many supplies. I have been reading a lot but maybe I will take up something to keep my hands busy and out of the fridge!
    826 days ago
  • v BELSNICKEL
    Keeping busy is important. So nice. You seem. To be doing so well. Keep up the good work.
    826 days ago
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