Friday, 15 June 2018

Hello my crafty friends ... phew been having a bit of a rough time

Hello my crafty friends ... phew been having a bit of a rough time dear mother-in-law has been proper poorly … she is 94 next month but had big problems with her heart rate … it was 126 … which is VERY high … she was in hospital for a week and quite honestly sadly we thought her time was up … BUT good news she is now out of hospital and staying with her daughter in Upminster … they took her off ALL of her meds and her heart rate went down to 80 something … just goes to show you doesn't it … sometimes the GP just puts you on meds and does not review and then BAM … she is still very unsteady on her feet and has lost her strength … my poor sister in law had awful trouble getting her out of the bath … think we will have to invest in a bath seat and she will hate that … ooooo sorry to go on … rant over

anyway here are a few bits I did before she was poorly have not had much time to play but hopefully will get back to normal really … I didn't have any acetate or vellum to hand so used tracing paper to emboss them … pretty effective in real like actually lol







thank you for stopping by and if you leave a message I will get back to you … have a great weekend


6 comments:

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Sandy it is good your mother-in-law is out of hospital and on the mend. It must be such a worry for you all. I do love your embossing. I hope things calm down a bit for you now. Take care. Hugs Jackie

crafty-stamper said...

WOW the imbossing looks pretty impressive -and hope your MIL is on the mend-makes you wonder when they prescribe all these drugs
Carol x

Wendy L said...

Hopefully now, she is on the mend.
Can't wait to see these works made into cards, xxx

As.I.Do.Rodos. said...

Beautiful card best wishes to you MIL. Have a great weekend Ginny x
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Alison59 said...

Best wishes to your MIL Sandy xx

Good old fashioned tracing paper - nothing wrong with that :-)

ALI said...

The tracing paper is very effective, look forward to seeing them made into cards.

Glad hear your MIL is on the mend x