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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Busy, busy week


well, I had my port put in on Wednesday, wasn't too bad. I start my treatment on Wednesday. It will be 6 hours, I have to be there. I go one day every three weeks for treatment and the other two weeks, just go for a blood test. So at least I don't' have to do the everything thing. If this works, I may be off of it in 3 sessions. So trying to get stuff I can take with me to work on. I have a hard time sitting not doing anything. I like to stay busy, so I guess I will get me some romance books, and some stitchery's ready to take.

I found some these sleighs at goodwill. I have 3 of them. I really like the way it turned out.

I am babysitting Samantha's dogs for her today. Everywhere I go they follow me. This is Harley peeking over the bed.




Got 4 more of the candy cane Santas made. These sold really well for me last time. I still need to get their tags made.




Finally, got the pattern for my new Santa's Stocking ready. Just look on the sidebar for the pattern. Pattern is $6.00 for the epattern.



trying to take pics of my items outside, and the dog's keep getting in the way.




Hurley getting too close as I try to take a picture.





I got 5 of these mittens done from an Old Road Primitives, these make up quick and love the way they turned out. I like to use alot of Angel vine in my boxes, it is a great filler.

closeup of the mitten. Still need to make the tags.




well, got to get back to work. Still have to walk these dogs before the trick or treaters come out in full force. They trick or treat here tonight with the downtown festival.
Hope to post more in a day or so.











14 comments:

  1. Sandy,
    Good luck with the port and chemo. My friend Jayme has two. She goes for chemo, one day, the first week, two days the second, and the third week off. Over and over.
    I wish you well!!! Love your crafts.
    Hugs,
    Pat

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  2. Love all your creations Sandy.I will be praying that your treatments go well.
    Hugs,
    Lynn

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  3. Love the new sleigh, santas and mittens. Good luck with your treatment. Keep busy and you'll be done in no time. Have a great weekend.

    D

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  4. Your stuff looks great as usual. 8-) Best of luck on your treatments!!
    Blessings,
    Lorna

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  5. Good Evening Sandy Sweetie...
    I just wanted to pop by and let you know that I am storming the heavens with prayers sweet friend. Remember baby steps, don't push yourself sweet friend.

    I love the things that you have made. I can see why the Santa with the candy cane sells so well, he is out of this world precious. Love it, and the mittens are just so HAPPY. I love them. You do beautiful work sweetie. Wish I lived closer and could shop at the store, but patterns do me no good, I don't have a sewing machine that works, so I love looking at all of your creations and dream.

    Many hugs sweetie and SO much love, Sherry

    P.S. I will be watching for updates honey. Again prayers, prayers and more prayers. Love ya.

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  6. I am wishing you healing and pray that all the treatments go especially fast.. Your art is awesome. I love the santas, mittens and all of it..
    Maggey

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  7. I just love following your blog and seeing all the things you make. I am sending up prayers for your healing and your peace of mind. Looking forward to when you have the time and feel like updating us.

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  8. Sandy, sending lots of positive energy and healing thoughts your way, I hope the chemo treatments go well and that you come through with flying colours. Love your sleighs (that mouse is so cute!) and your candy cane Santa's & Santa stockings are wonderful, not to mention the darling mittens. Samantha's dogs are too cute, love the picture of Hurley peeking into the camera! Let us know how you are doing when you feel up to it and know all of your blogging friends are here if you need us. Deb

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  9. I hope everything goes well on Wed., you will be in my thoughts and prayers. I love your sleighs, and your Santa's. The mittens are just to precious, but of course everything you do is. I always look forward to your posts. Happy Halloween.

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  10. Sandy, Hope all goes well for you with the treatments. I completely understand the "like to stay busy" comment. I can't imagine you not doing something...you are like a machine when it comes to creating! I would tell you to take it easy...and to relax a bit...but, if you are anything like me...creating is relaxing...LOL! Just wanted to let you know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Blessings
    Kat

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  11. Good luck with your treatments!!! Everything you have made looks so great! The sleighs turned out awsome! I love the Grinch pattern I may just have to get that! Have a Happy Halloween!

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  12. Hi Sandy: Good luck with your treatments. Will be done in no time!! Your stockings~n~mice are adorable. I bought Mr Jingles and can't wait to make him. take care, patti

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  13. God bless you as you start your treatments Sandy and may He carry you safely through them with your good health restored!
    I so enjoy visiting your blog. Your posts and creativity are uplifting :)

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  14. So glad your show in McIntosh went well. My husband and I enjoyed meeting and chatting with you. Love all your work and patterns...and blog. Will be thinking about you and praying for you during the treatments. I'm like you..I take something to work on when I know that I will have to wait...my hands have to stay busy. I agree with Maureen...your posts and creativity are uplifting.

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