Tuesday, 31 December 2013

Wishing For You...

Everything you wish for your very own self... I can't do any better than that.
I'm thinking that would make you all very happy...
You want it... go get it, go do it... it's the only way.

I'll be spending the first few days of 2014 in isolation in hospital... radioactive! It's the final, at least I hope it's the final part, of Thyroid Cancer treatment. They plan on Zapping anything that's left, they call it the belt and braces approach.

There's been very little stitching done round here. I've been waiting... I didn't need to wait, but I waited anyway. I actually found I couldn't concentrate on sewing knowing I was going to have this treatment... so, I cleaned, sorted, tidied and filled bags with "what am I keeping that for?" stuff. Quite therapeutic actually.
Quilty Quarters has been tidied too... My Lilly has her very own craft room now so I can happily donate some crafty stuff to her, she can make good use of anything as she's such a creative spirit.

Sewing prevention season is almost done and dusted... did you stitch at all?
I know some of you received new sewing machines from Santa wooohooo... brilliant news. I bet you'll be needing new fabrics?
My very own patchwork and quilting shop will be opening as normal from Thursday 2nd January, thanks to My Mum Gwynneth, Jean Bean and Jenny Barlaston... what would I do without them!!
Classes resume from Monday 6th January.

Caverswall Village Hall, Wednesday Quilt Cave meetings will start only in February.
If you remember, I offered to have my shop classroom open on Wednesdays for the Caverswall ladies. No-one has said they would like to come stitching yet so I am presuming that there's no need for the shop to be opened on Wednesday 8th January. I will keep you updated as there's still time for that to change.

Happy New Year to us all.... Here's hoping...


2 comments:

Dottymo said...

Happy new year to you and may Gods blessings b with you.

dakotaessence said...

Angie, wishing you continued successful health treatments.

~Jillian in North Dakota, USA