Apr 20, 2017

THEY REALLY SHOULD MAKE PILLS FOR THIS...

So that was...interesting.

I am home safe and sound in the Happy Chair with a grateful heart that you all were able to get me through my morning.  I'm not going to sugar coat it...there were lots of tears and hysterics and panic, and a little dry heaving, but once I got out of the car and into the lobby I was able to semi pull it together.

The kind souls in every department took great pity on me, and not one person questioned the fact that I was clutching a skein of Watercolours Tahiti so hard I gave myself a forearm cramp.  I closed my eyes, whispered a few prayers, and then imagined that we were all hanging out on a beautiful porch overlooking water with stitching, dietCokes, and Stewey.

Bosco and I are going to hit the big girl sleigh bed for a nap.  Needless to say, there wasn't a whole lot of resting achieved last night, and I'm a bit...woozy.

Thank you, my dear friends.  Once again, your love, encouragement, and support have pulled me from the very depths.  You should all get a medal or something, but all I have to offer is my eternal gratitude!

Back to stitchy stuff tomorrow, I promise!  Hope your Thursday is swell!

21 comments:

  1. I love you, dear friend. I am glad your humor is intact as well.

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  2. I told my quilting group about you this morning. We were all thinking about you and wishing you the very best. Hope you get some good rest now!

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  3. You're the bravest person I know. All will be well. Love + prayers.
    MaryO1230

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  4. Also am glad you're home safe and sound! Sounds like time for a loooonnnng nap.
    Love that >>and not one person questioned the fact that I was clutching a skein of Watercolours Tahiti<<. Whatever works!
    Lynn in southern NJ

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  5. You did it! You made it through! Good for you. Enjoy your nap!

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  6. The big porch sounds like a great idea. I'm very glad you got through it. Rest up and take care.

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  7. I knew you could do it! So glad it is over though. Rest, Relax and enjoy something special today (oh and every day)

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  8. Rest well dear Coni. Tomorrow's another day. Yesterday is behind. And you're one step closer to your kidney. Take care.

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  9. So glad today's ordeal is over! Remember, courage is being afraid but doing it anyway.

    PS. I would have been a mess!

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  10. You did it! Congratulations.

    It's all going to be OK, Coni.

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  11. We're very proud of you Coni!

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  12. Glad you are home and you can enjoy (read that sleep through) the rest of the day.

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  13. Thanks for letting us know before your nap. Sounds like everyone treated you well, just as you deserve. We're all here with and for you!

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  14. Yippee! I actually woke up early this am thinking about you (8:30)& said a lil prayer.
    Then thought of you thru the day too hoping all will continue to be well throughout the evening too.
    Blessings Baa

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  15. Sorry my good thoughts for yesterday were soooo late. But I am really happy all went well x

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  16. I'm so glad you got through today, Coni. I knew you could. Now I need to go to my LNS and check out Watercolours Tahiti. Sounds beautiful.

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  17. This may not mean much, and we have never met, but this morning as I was getting ready I paused and remembered "Oh, Coni is having her tests today". I hoped all was going well. I completely understand your anxiety, I'm a big baby and actually embarrass myself for anything medical. If we live through it it gets better, doesn't last forever.

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  18. I am glad you got through that! Wishing you a better day today!

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  19. So glad you are done - way to go!!

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