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Hi, Welcome to my Blog. I'm an avid crafter; Scrapbooking, Cards, ATCs, Tags, Altered Books, Art Journaling, Décopatch, Knitting, Crochet, and Embroidery amongst other things. I live in Surrey, UK with my husband and son. For exercise I play badminton and I have been Geocaching since 2009 and now and again Pokémon Go. I run UK based on-line papercraft and stitchers groups.

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

WOYWW #412 - Joining the Dots



Gosh what a week!

Made my first flat jellyfish for a premature baby but have yet to do the eyes.

Mum sent me some more yarn so I will be able to do those now.
Mum has loads of yarn left over from her shop so said she could donate to the Octopus for a Preemie charity so I arranged for her to meet up with the South Wales coordinator.

I have just joined a new church and went on their church weekend away last weekend. What a wonderfully uplifting time we all had.

I took my embroidery so I could keep up with my 1 year of stitches too.

I got the Bic Cristal pens on recommendation from one of the girls there as well.

The swan was a late arriving Easter present from my husband.

The money from a badminton club for buying shuttlecocks for them.

Lots of doors seem to be opening for me and as the medication seems to be doing the trick I am able to say "yes" and not worry about being housebound each month!

God is Good

Joel 2:25 "I will repay you for the years the locusts have eaten"

Happy WOYWW Everyone.

16 comments:

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi BJ, how lovely to read that your medication is allowing you the freedom to go where you want! It was that freedom that allowed me to accept the Colostomy as a permanent thing, as the alternative was likely poor bowel control, so constantly needing to know where the closest loo was would have been horribly limiting. So happy for you. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #1 XxXx

Annie said...

It's so good to hear your treatment is working well and allowing you to live life as you wish. Hope you have a good week.
Hugs,
Annie x #9

Diana Taylor said...

The swan is lovely, I hope you have fun putting it together. So glad to hear life is much better for you - I don't know what I would do without those same meds, they certainly are life-changing!
Hope you have a great week,
Diana x #16

Vicky Fisher said...

Glad to hear your health is on the good way.lovely project you're working on.
and what a wonderful welsh word for butterfly, wrote it down immediately.thx for your visit, Vicky

Christine said...

So pleased your new medication is working well, makes a big difference to life, just don't go overdoing it.
have a good week
Christine #19

Sue said...

Hi BJ, Glad your meds are working, so you can get out and about.

Sounds like your mum will keep you out of mischief with the wool supply.

Looking forward to seeing the Swan done.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Happy WOYWW
Sue #11

Helen said...

so pleased you are getting out and about - must feel so liberating! your stitching looks fantastic. Helen #2

Sharon Koole said...

So glad the medication is working and you are able to get out and about. It is amazing how much better you can feel just because of a little trip out. Love the embroidery.

Happy WOYWW
Sharon K #29

Bubbles said...

YAY! for meds that work :) Hope you carry on improving each day x
Have a Wonderful Wednesday
Bubbles #32
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Lunch Lady Jan said...

Oh, that is great news that your meds are helping so much - as you say, a new sense of freedom. I do love seeing how the embroidery is developing!
Hugs, LLJ 4 xxx

Angela Radford said...

Pleased to hear you are getting on better. So love the jellyfish, very sweet. Thanks for the visit to mine, have a great week and a happy woyww, Angela x7x

Lindart said...

Cute jelly fish! What a great project! Thanks for sharing! Lindart #34

sandra de said...

Lovely to hear you are able to get out and do more with the new meds. The embroidery is coming along beautifully.
sandra de @22

lisa said...

It's good to hear you are feeling better about things and the meds are working for you. That's great. You have some gorgeous projects on the go there this week.
I hope things continue to go in the right direction.
Hugs Lisax #17

Neet said...

It makes so much difference when your health is suddenly more controllable. Good to hear.
Enjoy those times with the church group and carry on with the Preemies work.
Hugs, Neet xx

Anne said...

Hi BJ, so pleased that life is better for you. Love the little flat jellyfish. Thanks for visiting me. I am sorry I am so late visiting - life took over again. Anne x