Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Looking for inspiration...

I look at this little cabin and wish it were mine...I would love having a little building as my own studio.  But lately I have been wondering if I had one, would I get anything at all done.  I have been spending a lot of time looking for inspiration, but I don't think I will be satisfied till I can get that last crumb quilt layered and quilted. 

We will be in Terre Haute before the week is out, so hoping to find something at Joanne Fabrics to use for a backing.  I am wanting to use flannel...
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I am still going to therapy....twice a week.  I do the exercises twice a day, and now I have so many to do it takes about an hour to do them each time...give or take a minute or two.  The one movement that is so slow to come is putting my hand behind my back.  Otherwise I have really, really improved.
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Roger had surgery last week to remove a ganglion cyst right at the base of his left hand.  When the doctor got in there he found this Giant Cell cyst/tumor...can't recall now whether he called it a tumor or a cyst.  Anyway, he said they are always benign, but sent it to be checked just to make sure.  Said it was a good thing he found it.

17 comments:

don said...

What a cute cabin. That stuccoed filler adds to the interest and does the chimney. Neat one!

Sandra said...

my hubby has 2 giant g cysts on top of his left hand, they are bigger than a golf ball, side by side. he refuses to have them removed... i love the cabin and like you would love to own it.... it is so small to have a chimney, i would love to see inside

Cheryl @ TFD said...

What a great looking little cabin! I'd love to have this setting on a few acres in the country, overlooking a small lake with lots of trees and....I love to dream!

Betsy Adams said...

Cute little cabin... I'd love one too..

Hope you get your quilt backing --so that you can get it finished, which I know you want to do.

Is the therapy helping your shoulder? Hope so... Hope Roger's cyst doesn't turn out to be cancerous... Glad it is usually benign. Both of you are in my prayers.

Hugs,
Betsy

Dee said...

love the cabin...I wonder if I would be more creative in it? YES ...I know I would (sigh) Do you plan on using the cabin for your next quilt?

Ginny said...

I'm glad the surgery wet well!! We have some cabins like this around here, but the thought of spiders gives me the creeps. How much longer for your therapy?

CDH said...

That is the sweetest cabin! It would be an awesome place to call home!
Hope you and your husband heal up!
Thanks for the nice comments on my blog! Its a bitter sweet time for me.

Blackberry Lane said...

That cabin is cute as can be. Here's to wishing you and Roger better days.

Judy said...

I would love to have that on my land. Glad to hear you're on the mend as well as your husband.

Mary said...

What a cute little cabin. I'm sure you will find a nice flannel to use and get that quilt done. I've been dragging my feet on my quilting, too. Maybe it is the weather? Glad the therapy is working and hope the shoulder if better soon! Hang in there!

Linda Gross said...

LOVE that cabin!

Montanagirl said...

LOVE the cabin! I'm so behind on blogging. I've been switching computers and transferring all my photos and info. Took a lot of time.

EG CameraGirl said...

I'm glad you are gaining strength and that Roger discovered a problem in his wrist before it got BAD!

With all that time spent exercising, I'm not surprised you are looking for inspiration. The therapy is sapping your energy...but it will be so worth it!

Ellie said...

Oh I would love something like a wee cabin just to call my own :))
I hope your therapy is helping!!
I have heard that ganglion's can be nasty - I bet Roger is glad to be rid of it.

Carletta said...

LOVE this little Hobbit house! :)

Susan said...

Love that little cabin! I had a ganglion cyst taken out of my right wrist. Dang things!

Small City Scenes said...

Wouldn't it be nice to have a special place to call all your own just to do crafts, sewing or just contemplating STUFF. I always wanted a turret on top of the house where the lighting would be good and I could stay up there. HAha!

I am glad you are improving--always welcome.

I had a g. cyst on my thumb and the doc said for me to just leave it alone and it 'might' go away. It did but it comes back now and then. Just a lump not very big. So it goes. MB

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