Sunday, March 22, 2009

Dishcloth Swap = Great!

Here are the goodies I received from my Hand-Dids dishcloth swap. Kate sent me the blue knitted dragonfly and crocheted heart, Christie made us all beaded bookmarkers with our names and made me the springy floral, Vicki knitted up the textured blue/green. Penny and I both waited until we recieved all 3 squishes to open. It felt like a holiday. I think Kate did the same thing. Shoot, I think it was her idea. LOL The next exchange will be needlekeepers. Cannot wait.

Monday I have to have a liver biopsy. Blech. Not a huge deal, just dread it. Whisper a pray if you think of it please.

I have been awake the entire night. This is going to mess me up for sure. Had a crazy headache that just would not let me sleep, even though I begged it too. I was more active than usual on Friday and Saturday, working on my house and the wedding flowers. Trying to get ahead since I know this coming week will be pretty much recovery from the testing. So I am realllly tired out. I didn't even take a rest on Saurday! Heading off to bed again to give it another try. Here is hoping.....

Have a sweet Sunday everyone.

6 comments:

Vicki said...

Angela, I will pray that you will be well and for good outcomes on your test. I hope you have fun making the wedding projects, they were fun for my DD but some stress at the same time. Thanks for all of the fun at Hand Dids, I love the exchanges and meeting other crafty people.

Laura-IH said...

Thinking of you today and hoping that your test went well!

Those dish clothes are great! I wish I knew how to knit or crochet!

Beverly said...

Oh my...that would be today!

Keeping you in our prayers, and hoping that all is well.

Connie W said...

You are in my thoughts.

Pam said...

Hi Angela. I hope all is well for you after the biopsy. Rest well and I am thinking of you - even though I am not posting or commenting much right now.

Liz said...

You've been in my prayers sweetie. Hope you are resting and not too uncomfortable after your biopsy.
Love the little dish clothes. Too sweet.