Wednesday, October 1, 2008

What I am working on

while at the hospital:






One for me, one for my Mom. Once the pumpkins are sewn down, it's put borders of homespun around them, quilt and bind. Fall (and Halloween) are coming and will be here before we know it.

Jessie sailed through this procedure, and asked the doctor if she could go to soccer tonight. Her surgery was over by 3:30 and we were OUT OF THERE by 4:30 and home by 5:30, with pizza for dinner. Which she ate a McDonald's happy meal (she couldn't wait to eat for the hour drive home) and then 4 slices of pizza......

Kris

13 comments:

APA said...

Wow! I was wondering how you would be home already from your daughter's bone reset. But, you're taking advantage of the time and crafting. WOW! I like it, very much, the pumpkins and the reminder to not waste a minute because life is short!

Lib said...

Hi Kris,
Love the pumpkins.
Glad things went so well with Jessie. Must of made her hungry .Lol
Have a great evening
Blessins',Lib

warren said...

I'd give her a gallon of milk to drink too! Strengthen up those bones!

farm mom said...

warren! Man! Every blog I visit you're cracking me up with the comments!! :)

I'm so happy Jessie did well and didn't loose a stride. Go girl!

jacquie said...

so glad it went well for her. are the pumpkins wool? they look dimensional.

Granny Lyn said...

She is a marvel...good luck when she is older,,,tee hee

Love the punkins! they are so adorable!!

audreypawdrey said...

Those are going to be so cute! I am glad everything went okay with Jessie and that she will be back to her usual self soon.

em's scrapbag said...

Glad things went well. The pumpkins are going to be great. Can't wait to see them finished.

Gina said...

I'm glad all went Ok. It's obviuosly not affecting her appetite.

Love and hugs Gina xxx

LuAnn said...

I'm glad the surgery went well for her (and you), and the pumpkins look great.

AJ said...

I'm glad things went well for her. All that sounds like it made her extremely hungry.

Takako said...

I'm so glad your daughter is doing okey. What a quick procedure, though!
I love your pumpkins too! Are you making the small quilt or pin cushions?

Jo-Anne said...

My Mark has broken both bones in both arms. (not at the same time, thank goodness!)
I hope your daughter has a speedy recovery and is back playing soccer in no time! :)