Good morning dear quilterly friends!
As soon as I can get to my desktop (after next Friday when I’m cleared to do the stairs) I have 3 amazing quilters as guest bloggers – Rayna Gilman, Jeannie Sumrall-Ajero & Michelle Foster of Quilting Gallery lined up. Rayna & Jeannie’s blogs will be interview style. Michele will take a different approach. I’m very grateful to each one of these quilters for taking the time to work with me on these blogs.
I mentioned in this blog that I’d be having surgery in January. The surgery happened last Wednesday, Jan 11, and I am doing very well. As I mentioned in the previous blog that it’s nothing serious, and it wasn’t I want to share here a little bit. I had a hysterectomy. My sweetie has been the best about taking very good care of me!
I’d been following Mickey DePre and another quilter on their journeys. They have both been very supportive through this experience. Overall I’m doing really well. No pain meds since Friday, I’m walking around well – slowly – but well and overall feeling fine. Sneezing & coughing require a pillow and of course the pillow is usually on the love seat I’m coughing or sneezing.
One of the things I’m doing to while away the hours is sketching/drawing. I love coffee and have been designing coffee cups since I got home. I’ve been posting the pics on facebook and am sharing a few here with you this morning. I’m having a lot of fun with these designs. They’re kind of a riff on the zentangles.