I'm so glad I decided to do this little pillow up. I had been having a hard time getting back into my stitching since I've been home from the hospital, and I think this little piece did the trick. I am ready to sit right back down and pick up where I left off on a piece I was working on before I was admitted to the hospital. I really have missed my stitching.
I did get outside a few days ago and cleaned out a couple of small garden areas in our back yard. The gardens suffered this year with the medical issues going on, but God is good and it looks like we'll have another chance at it next year. I am so blessed. Here's just a tiny before and after area where I have some day lilies.
and after weeding. I didn't realize that I was still quite a bit out of shape until the day after!
I do have to show you a picture also of an amazing "Chile for Cheese Heads" that I made the other day. Bill spotted the recipe a few weeks back and it had just sat in the kitchen forever. Only a few ingredients and it was a big hit! We loved it! Just look at this! Had to show it with the bottle of
Cajun Sunshine that my sister sent us. First time we had that as well, and I can see why it's a staple in her home! Those are Egyptian onions from our garden sprinkled on top of the chili also.
Tomorrow is my day for the chemo infusion and my weekly blood work. Last week for the first time since I've been sick with this disease, my platelets we way above normal! I knew God was working on it and His timing is perfect. If they're up again tomorrow, a port will be scheduled to be put in. That will be a step forward indeed. The infusion takes a two to three hours and I'm pretty relaxed by the time I leave. If I'm up to it, we'll have lunch on the way home. Otherwise, it will be home for a very long nap!
Once again....It is so good to be back blogging and reading the blogs that I follow once again. I've missed you all so much. Thank you for hanging in there for me and please come back often. \
Until next time. Stay safe and well and, don't forget to "feel the colors".