|quilt and patch||04/04/2012 19:15:27|
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Get Well Soon Margaret ! How about B.O T. H. Bear on the hop!!!!! haha Liz x
|helen G||04/04/2012 19:32:30|
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Hello Margaret, hoping you soon have less pain. one bad foot is enough to deal with at a time. together you must be feeling quite sorry for yourselves.Take care. love Helen/G
|Carol B||04/04/2012 19:41:09|
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Margaret. sorry to hear you actually broke your ankle, hope it knit's together quickly and the pain reduces rapidly along with the swelling. I have to admit I do like Liz's B.O.T.H . Take care.
Helen, any news on the glasses? I do hope they can sort your vision out for you.
Carol B x
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Oh dear Margaret
It sounds like you are in a lot of pain, sending get-well-hugs your way and hoping you can manage the crutches better the more you get use to them. It can't be very easy having to put your weight down on your sprained ankle though.
Thinking of you both and wishing you a speedy recovery.
|pamela jeffrey||04/04/2012 21:28:01|
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Hope you are Ok, cannot be easy for you just now.
Love Pam x
|kate s||04/04/2012 22:08:17|
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|Jytte, it's really good to hear from you but so sorry about the kidney stone, how awful for you |
Margaret, yikes! I'm glad you were able to get to the hospital, BOO! to not being able to write on the cast! Seriously, I hope you have a fast recovery still, lots of rest must mean more sewing
|Winnie the B.O.L.B||04/04/2012 22:38:49|
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Thank you Helen G, Carol B, Aude and Pamela - and everyone else as well - you really are a lovely crowd of friends - I'm so glad I "found" you all.
Liz - love the change of name!! Told Eric and he thinks it's a great idea!! Just don't have the energy to make a temporary change to my avatar!!
Kate S - agree with you - would cheer me up to have lots of jokes writtne on my cast - no point in having one if you can't do that!!
You're all quite right - not the easiest thing I ever had to deal with - especially with Eric in a similar boat!!! However, I am very aware that there are MANY others out there who would love to have ONLY the problems we have! Rosemary's visit will definitely lift my spirits.
Love to all
Edited By Winnie the B.O.L.B on 04/04/2012 22:39:57
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Oh, Margaret, I hope you recover ok. Tie a lovely red ribbon round your cast as a token of our thoughts for you as you are not able to draw on it.
Today, I felt 'anyhow' as my dear Mother in Law used to say when she felt a bit under the weather, and I had planned to sit quietly and finish the cards I'm working on. I got to the afternoon, when I felt tired, so went to lie down. Got up to get ready about 3.45 to wait for my son to come after work to take me to the supermarket - I'm not driving for about 5 to 7 days after the chemo as the medication after makes me a bit 'other worldly'. My daughter turned up. We noticed some kerfuffle opposite where builders have been converting a house for about 12 to 15 months. Suddenly a fire engine turned up. Anyway, we were then told to leave the house as there was a very bad gas leak. It was now about 4.15. We could smell the gas from a way down, and hear it hissing out. We left, having given the firebrigade my mobile number so they could call when I could come home. In total, people from 6 houses all around had to leave. My H was not home. Then we went to my daughters house. I called my son, and he came there. Eventually about 7.15 I got the call, and we could go home. I was totally exhausted.
So, I am now waiting to take my last lot of medication for this round so I can go to bed and sleep.
A little good night story from me. Sleep well all.
|quilt and patch||04/04/2012 23:13:56|
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Now Jytte, THAT'S IT!!!!!! No more things must go wrong for you! Hope you sleep well and feel refreshed in the morning.Love Liz x
|Irene B||04/04/2012 23:37:19|
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Oh my Jytte, what a day!
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