I've had a few lovely ladies write to me and ask if I am doing okay. I said that I would blog about how I am doing and what I have been up to by Monday. Well here it is Monday. :) By the way thank you so much for thinking of me. I appreciate your letters and cards. If I haven't sent you a thank you email yet please know that I will very soon.
I want to keep this as short as possible because I know how busy all of you are and how precious time is. And this is my crafting blog not my personal "what's up with Mary's blog" :)
I have a few different illnesses. One of them is DDD better known as Degenerative Disk Disease. I have a few herniated disks in my back and 2 in my neck. Late last October I noticed some things changing. No need for me to go into detail but the fact is I now have a compression in my neck and a compression in my lower back. Many things have become difficult for me to do like.............stamping, taking lots of photos, shopping, you know the fun things. :) Okay and lots of not so many fun things. I am in the process of fighting with working with my insurance company so that I can have surgery done on my neck. Wayne and I have a new health insurance and it has been different to say the least. So until I get my neck fixed I will not be able to make new cards to share with you. I can make things digitally but I have to take lots of breaks while doing it. So I do have a very simple digital page I made of Wayne using a challenge from Soul Sisters.
But first, I thought that I would share a photo I took of a couple of the things that I do use daily.
Boring right? I do watch TV,check my Facebook every few days and I visit my favorite blogs when ever I am feeling up to it. And I have been posting a photo each week to my photo blog. Well almost every week. Writing what I have not been able to do in the past few months would take too long to write. I did not think that I would miss stamping but I do.
Here is the last digital page that I've made.
I love this photo of Wayne. He has beautiful eyes and such a kind & loving heart. That's what I see every time I look at this photo of him. I used the Stampin UP! MDS program.
I wish that I could type more but it's probably just as well. I am hoping that I will be able to start writing on my personal blog . I am way behind with that blog and that is where I would feel much more comfortable about writing about the journey I am now on.
Thanks for stopping by and again thanks to all of you who have stayed in touch with me. Oh! One last thing, my great-granddaughter will be born in just 2 more weeks. :) My how the time has flown by.