Monday, February 27, 2017

One Block

Hi friends!
I did manage to make one block for Hagen's Quilt. A Atlanta Braves block.
Noah's will be more Football because he is more into football.
Hagen plays all sports that he can   and still have time to go to school.
They told Tommy not to let me pick up any thing or bend over , he didn't ask for how long but she said it should be healed in a week so he is picking things up for me. He hollows every time I forget and bend over to pick something up.
Do you know how many times you bend over to pick up something when you are a woman? Hundreds!!!!!
You don't think about it but you do.
I have some 20 year old glasses I am using because the top's were clear glass back then.
After he get through I will get me some to use but I may just go for reading glasses. Depend on what my vision is then.
Sis-in-law had the lazar surgery and it doesn't have as many restrictions.
So did Kim in her early forties. Hard to believe you can have cataract's at that age but she did.
I made another pillow to.
That's the fabric we got when we went to Fort Payne.
A splash of spring.
Tommy will have it before I know it and put in behind his back.



sewyouquilt2 said...

take it easy girl and get well soon. dont try and do too much too fast. let those eyes heal

Chatty Crone said...

Pretty pillow. Yes women pick up a lot! You need one of those grabbers - but thank goodness for Tommy!

Julierose said...

Dawn is right, rest and don't overdo--it takes a while to really bending over at all!! Hugs, Julierose

Needled Mom said...

I'd hate to think how many times I bend over each day. Nice new block there.

margaret said...

you are so right about bending, maybe you will not need glasses at all when the other eye is done, unfortunately I still need them all the time, having them tested today so that will be another expense as I am sure they need changing.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

It's really hard to limit what you do, especially what comes naturally. Good thing it's only a week. Good thing you can still sew!
xx, Carol