Seriously - someone is giving away a quilt - and it's a beauty. (And, NO, it's not me - because this gorgeous creation is actually FINISHED, with lovely quilting and everything!)
Go to Camille’s blog “Simplify” to see the quilt, and see how to enter! Be sure and tell her I sent you!!!
I decided that I had best come back and post something or the world would think that DH is still stuck in the pre-diagnosis phase of some dreadful disease when he’s not. He’s stuck in the post-diagnosis phase of hypertension. Those of you with high blood pressure will understand – he’s in the phase where all the different doctors get together and try different meds and different doses to try and get him to a goal blood pressure (but they haven’t told him what that is because his is still too high to be anywhere close to a goal)… So he takes meds, takes his blood pressure, gets ticked that it’s not better… and assesses side effects. Because they put him on so many different meds in such a short period of time, the neurologist told him that he believes most of his symptoms are a result of either prolonged hypertension, or a result of side effects of the meds – trouble is that the offending med could be any of the 3 that he was on, so they took away the cholesterol lowering one and said that they’d worry about that after his blood pressure is better controlled. He has another doctor’s appointment tomorrow so maybe they’ll put their heads together and come up with a new plan of attack – it’s hard to believe that it’s been 6 weeks almost on these meds with such little to show for it!
While hopping through a quilting blog ring, I ran across the “What punctuation mark are you” and thought it was interesting. We’ll have to see if the code plays nice here, and then you too can find out what punctuation mark you are!
You Are a Colon
You aren’t concerned much with theories or dreams… only what’s true or untrue.
You are brilliant and incredibly learned. Anything you know is well researched.
You like to make lists and sort through things step by step.
You aren’t subject to whim or emotions.
Your friends see you as a constant source of knowledge and advice.
(But they are a little sick of you being right all of the time!)
You excel in: Leadership positions
You get along best with: The Semi-Colon
If anyone from work is reading this, don’t laugh! The people at the hospital are Oh-So-Familiar with my lists. As tasks come to my attention, I reach into my pocket and pull one out, jot down pertinant information, and as they are completed (or partially completed), what’s left to be done is noted in a different color ink. It may not be pretty but it works for me – as long as I don’t lose my “peripheral brain”…
Now could someone tell me where I left my pen…
…and my “brain?”
Have a blessed day!