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Sunday, November 7, 2010

Chemo and projects I am working on.....

Well, it has been a bit rough this week, I had a migraine the day of chemo. They said the nausea drug would give me a migraine and it sure did. I tried taking stuff with me to work on, but an older man next to me, started talking and I couldn't work on my stitchery like I wanted. So I just sat there and chatted with him. They gave me benadryl to start with and that knocked me out for a little bit. I think I was the youngest one there that day. I go back in about 2 weeks and start my 6 hour chemo again. I had to go back the following day after chemo and get a shot to boost my blood cells and she warned me that medicine might cause a migraine also. Thank God, only got a tiny bit of a headache that day. I can feel myself slowing down and not feeling right, just hope I get straightened out by the Weekend for my show. I already warned hubby, he might have to man the cash register. My have to recruit my friend Becky who lives down there to help him, If I get too bad.
I want to thank everyone for their continued prayers and support, it means so much to me. It helps so much to know that alot of other people have gone through this and got through it. and just the encouragement mean the world to me. I have been a little depressed this week, not feeling good. This is the time of year I love, and I hope I can enjoy. It is nice an chilly here tonight, turned on my electric fireplace and feels nice with my warm pjs on.

But I did manage to get somethings down this week, I worked on some wreaths. These are my #408 Snowman Wreath, still have to make the star to go on him tonight.

I also got some of my #407 Santa Wreath finished.

I have put both of these patterns on the side bar if you wish to push for a special price of $5.00 each this week. Just scroll down to underneath the pictures and look for the drop down paypal box.

I made over 40 feedsack pillows this past weekend. So I feel like I got alittle bit accomplished.




These are my favorite, I cheated and didn't make the stars for them. I used some wool, Ipurchased from Crowing about Primitives and it is extra long. Perfect for these guys. Link is on the side if you wish to purchase wool from her.







I have a crate filling over with the feedsack pillows. The Reindeer food one sells great this time of year. I get my logo's from ewenmeprintables.







I found some gingerbread men in the shed and put them in a box with a label and candlelight.

Really prim looking.


I am offering this pattern free this week on the free download link at the bottom of the page.

just click on Christmas Annie. I also added the free clothespin angel and prairie doll clothespin on the free patterns section.



15 comments:

  1. First of all sending you hugs and prayers to get through your chemo pain free. So sorry to hear about you having to go through that. I'm sure you'll make it through it just fine. It amazes me that you are going through chemo and doing a craft show!! You sure are a strong woman!! Keep it up! Best wishes for a sucessful show next weekend!! You have some great items for sale!!! Love those feed sacks!

    Tammy

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  2. You have accomplished soo much going through treatment- you will probably feel better in a day or two- the first treatment is the hardest as you do not know what to expect.

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  3. My prayers are with you Sandy and here's wishing that you feel so much better soon. The snowman and santa wreath patterns are so easy and fun to make. I bought those from you a couple years ago and just finally made them for my show. I've posted them on my blog if you'd like to see them. Take care.
    PatC

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  4. I love to come to your blog and see all the marvelous creations you come up with! I am still using the room spray I won from you in one of your fabulous giveaways earlier this year. I think of you everytime I use it! I hope and pray that this trying time in your life will soon be over and that you will be feeling much better in no time. Good luck on your show!
    Hugs,
    Donna

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  5. I have been thinking of you so much lately! I have been saying so many prayers! I know what your going through. I got through it and I know you are going to also! Just take care of yourself and don't over do it! Take your vitamins and eat lots of cancer fighting foods. Protect yourself from big crowds and colds. Don't want you to get sick!
    I would love to give you a big (((HUG)))
    Take care! Shawnette

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  6. Feel better Sandy...hope it doesn't last too long...My thoughts and prayers are with you...Thanks for the free patt.
    patti ;)

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  7. You are an amazing woman.. Can't believe you did all that and chemo too?? Prayers to you for no migrane and love all of everything. Cute Annie and tree and Santa.. By golly I love it allllllllllll
    Maggey

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  8. Oh my goodness and I have been complaining of feeling overwhelmed. How dare I. You are amazing. Try to get your rest though, you will need it. Take care!

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  9. Sandi, you are amazing! You can do all of this and get ready for a show while going through chemo. I'm sending you hugs and prayers, take care of yourself!

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  10. 40 pillows plus all that in the mist of not feeling good, girl you're gonna make me pull a lot of all nighters to catch up to you but with lest than 2 weeks I think I don't have a chance LOL with your show so close maybe you could check to see if your next treament couldn't be till after the show, like Jennifer said , you are an amazing woman

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  11. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Hope you feel better soon!
    Thanks for the free patterns!
    sandraallen260@centurytel.net

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  12. My heart truly goes out to you as you experience all of this.
    I felt a tear come to my eye as you mentioned your unselfishly taking the time to talk to that man ( who probably really, really needed the gift of you that day ) and bless you for your Awesomeness!

    "I made over 40 feedsack pillows this past weekend. So I feel like I got alittle bit accomplished."
    Oh man, are you ever a dynamo and an inspiration to us all!!!!

    Sending you warm wishes and heartfelt prayers that you feel peace through this difficult time!

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  13. I've not commented but maybe once or twice, but I stop by often to see how your doing and what's new. Bless your heart.. I'm amazed at all that crafting PLUS chemo. I'm sorry your going through this and I wish you a speedy remission.

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  14. Sandy,
    I just want to say hang in there girl. Hopefully this will be over soon and you can move on! You are such a wonderful lady. Why do bad things have to happy to such good people? I'm praying for you!

    Christina
    cardinalcrafting.blogspot.com

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  15. So sorry to hear you are under the weather. My prayers go out to you and I know you will be feeling better soon.
    Love your work. :-)

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