Yesterday, I puttered around in my sewing room, cleaning here and there.
I traced the panel on the French Cottage Quilt. I checked my huge collection of DMC floss, a remnant of my cross stitch days, and would you believe I was missing seven (7) colours for the panel! Geez, why is it that you always need more colours?
Today, I went to see my doctor, Dr Gamal Eltabbakh. He does chemo therapy in his office. When I go there, I am reminded to count my blessings. It is difficult for me to see women plugged into a chemo IV. It truly gives one a whole new perspective on life and the importance of health. I bow in gratitude, thank you!
After my pre-op, I took the opportunity to run some errands. Micheal's was having a sale on DMC floss, four (4) for a $1.00 - Bonus! I also bought an embroidery hoop.
In the afternoon, I met a friend for coffee. Rabbi Waldmann is a quilter, whom I met from the newsgroup a couple of years ago. We caught up on news and quilting. She has offered to include my name in the misheberach on Friday! I am truly blessed to be surrounded by wonderful people who are thinking of me during this trying time! I bow once again in gratitude, thank you!
Off to get some laundry folded! Oh joy! lol Which reminds me of a book I read by Jack Kornfield, After Ecstasy, the Laundry! Great book!