My many heartfelt thanks for all lovely comments, wishes for improvement, hugs,prayers and loving thoughts.
I have left the walking stick in the cupboard, and have progressed from a slow shuffle to a slow walk, actually lifting up each foot, and can feel the floor under my feet, Scary stuff when there is no feeling, and the Doctor keeps saying, “ Tell me when you feel anything”, long silences until he prodded the other leg, then “ Yes, and Yes, and Yes again” then back to the bad side, and more silence.
The staff, Doctors, Nurses ( One lovely young lady from Southern Colorado), and all other people there are so good,and gave me the very best care I could wish for.And as always, St John Ambulance came to my rescue straight away.
No new photos for today, so I have dragged some from the archives!!
In 2007, we went to a Quilt Show in Palmerston North, all photos taken with my older Canon Ixus, so the focus and lighting is not the best. Some of my favourites.This venue displayed them to their very best, and inspired each of us to strive harder, enjoy others’ stunning quilting and handwork, and accept our own work at whatever level it may be. Sorry there are no personal details. This was in previous days well before my blog began.
The one below, if I recall correctly, also won the Bernina Award, if anyone was there, please correct me if this is wrong.
Quotation of the day, from William Shakespeare
“ Wisely, and slow. They stumble that run fast”
Greetings from Jean