Monday, June 27, 2022

Still in progress....

 I am still working on it.  I could call it quits here as far as the quilt top is concerned, but I want to add rows of the 'strips' all around the edge.  I have a couple rows made, and others started for the ends.  It is just a matter of making myself take time to go in there, even if I take a time to remind myself I have to go or do something else in a few minutes.

One of my daughter's childhood friend's grandmother passed away last week while our daughter was in Florida.  I just happened to see it.  Then after daughter got home, I got on line to get the link to the obituary to send her, and this same girl's dad had died.  He died the day before the service for the grandmother.  Our daughter spent so much time at their house, and their daughter was in and out here.   Anyway, Sarah ran home this morn to at least go to the visitation.  And Roger wanted to go, because he and the dad really got along good.

He said he could walk in, but if it had been 10 more yards, I don't think he would have made it.  I was hanging on to his arm, or I feel sure he would have fell at least one time.

He is not feeling good right now...nothing I can really put my finger on.  He went to bed half an hour/45 minutes earlier than normal.  We were up and gone to the visitation at maybe it was just the long day today.  But he really has not been himself the past few days.

I am still waiting on the results of the biopsy...


  1. I will be praying for him, and the biopsy results.

  2. The quilt top looks great.
    So sad about your daughters friends family. To lose two in such a short amount of time would be really hard.
    I hope Roger is feeling better soon.

  3. Hello,
    I hope your hubby feels better! Take care, have a great day!

  4. When you are so in tune with another person, you notice small changes and your mind works overtime. I hope Roger is okay and you will feel reassured about his health, soon.

    The quilt is looking great! Excellent job!

  5. The quilt is so beautiful!!!! How awful for Sarah's friend.
    I sure hope Roger gets to feeling better soon. Hopefully just a long day and all this heat lately. HUGS

  6. I just sent you an email saying maybe you and I ave a light case of covid, now I am wondering if that is what is wrong with Roger. do you have the at home tests? i ordered 4 of them from the govt. and they are in the closet. love this quilt, truly do.... this is so sad losing dad and grandmother at the same time. prayers for the biospy and all the other needs for both of you

  7. Prayers are with you and Roger and I hope he starts to feel better soon. Sorry to hear of the passing of friends. Your quilt top is lovely!

  8. So sorry about both death of good friends and for Roger not being well.
    I hope that he'll be feeling well very shortly. I just lost my favorite uncle a few weeks ago and in the same week, we lost a good neighbour and friend. I hope that the biopsy comes up negative. Always so much to worry about.

    Your quilt top looks so beautiful. Such lovely fabric and festive.
    Wishing you all the best.

  9. So sad that your daughters friends grandmother and father died.
    Will be praying for all!!!

  10. I love how your quilt is evolving - the quilt likes you and wants you to continue.

  11. I also am hoping Roger will soon be feeling great again. It is such a worry when you are waiting for results, so please make sure you take care of YOU so you can continue being the wonderful wife and supportive person I know you are. Hugz to you both, Mxx

    1. Thanks for your comments Rose. Sending you Special Hugz and wishing you all the best. Take care, Mxx

  12. Praying for good results on the biopsy and that Roger will be feeling better soon.
    Beautiful quilt. You have so much patience to do that. So sorry for the loss of your friends. Praying peace.

  13. Sure hope Roger gets to feeling better soon and hope too that your biopsy is good with nothing to worry about. That quilt is amazing. I don't know how you do it! You must have the patience of Job. Wish you would take a picture of all your quilts folded and stacked. Bet it would be amazing!


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