I am feeling a lot better thank you. Had a super weekend and saw mum. More later.
I've been busy finishing off my swaps and planning makes for my All Day Christmas Class - feel a bit more in control now. Hope my swaps will pass muster but I won't show them off this week :-) The SU Onstage ( Convention) is on Saturday. I am getting rather excited about it all.
So to my desk / AKA dining room table :-)
You can see the birthday card I was making for my Great Niece - gosh that makes me sound very old - I'm a Great Aunt lol
Also signs of Christmas :-)
Looking the other way -
So that's my work space for this week. I have been trying to keep reasonably tidy in there this week. Tell you why next time :-)
So why not go and look at some other desks or better still join in at the the lovely Julia's Blog, go on you know you want to :-)
I will visit as many as I can, all who visit me and all ending in same number as me.
As I'd started to feel better we decided to go down and see mum. We went via Weston Super Mare - ate lunch, had a walk and found a lovely placed for homemade cake and lovely coffee. Checked in to our hotel in Chard, The Lord Leaze. Went to see Mum for evening visit. She looked a lot better than I had thought she would - last time I'd seen her was waving her off in the ambulance :-( we returned to the hotel, had a lovely bar meal and a glass or two of wine. On Sunday we went down to a freshly cooked breakfast - cooked to order. So much nicer than when it is all precooked and then served buffet style. After checking out we went along to mum's bungalow ( still not sold :-( ) I had a little dust and put vacuum round. We ate a sandwich we'd bought and then locked up and off to the hospital. Mum was not quite so bright but did perk up. At the end of afternoon visiting we popped out to find something to eat - not that easy unless you wanted to drive and DH didn't as we were driving home later. Anyway we managed and then back for evening visit. It was very hard leaving, mum got very upset. Difficult leaving but needed to get home. It took us three hours and got in at 10.40.
Mum, couldn't get her to smile for a photo though she was smiling and laughing at times. She is still in lot of pain when she tries to walk, but is managing a few steps. Staff said she worries too much about silly things and is maybe not trying as much as she could :-(
Well that's it for now.