Monday, October 22, 2007

Time for a tiny update!

Eek from Shepherd's Bush


Thank you all for your lovely comments on St Basil's. I appreciate them so much! I don't get to share my stitching with many people around here so it's so much fun to get feedback from fellow stitchers.

My camera is somewhere in the house, don't really know where though so I just scanned this little bag from Shepherd's Bush. My husband is putting the finishing touches on our home theatre (yeah) and is taking a lot of pictures to share on his groups at the moment. So I do find the camera in surprising places at the moment. The tool bag, under some Cd's and tonight not at all. Sorry for the awful scan but at least there's some proof that I have been stitching.

I have also desperately been stitching on my Gameboard Sampler from Drawn Thread. I really want to finish it up soon so I can give some more attention to the Village of Hawk Run Hollow SAL that I just joined. It is going to be so much fun but I usually work better when I have one huge project on the go. Just 14 more squares to do on the Gameboard so I should be done in a weeks time (I hope).

Squazi nominated me for the You make me smile award! Thank you so much, that really cheered me up. I really have to say that I can't pick only 10 people that make me smile, I really feel that every stitching blogger have made me smile in some way over the years. So I guess that I'm passing this on to all of you!

Sorry that I have been so quite lately. I have been in a really weird mood lately and sometimes when you don't have anything nice to say it's better to sit in corner and wait it out!

My SIL is going to undergo some major surgery tomorrow. She has a tumor in her forehead and they have to go in and remove it. It's pretty awful, she's just 40 years old and have 2 small kids.

The good thing is that she went in for a full check up due to family health history and that's when they found the tumor. Usually when the symptoms for this shows up it's to late so she (and us who love her) are really blessed that they found it early.

16 comments:

Barbara said...

Kasja, my hopes are with your SIL for a fully successful surgery tomorrow, and a full & uncomplicated recovery.

Your SB Halloween stitching is adorable - thanks for sharing it even though you couldn't find a camera! ;)

As for sitting in a corner and waiting till you have something nice to say ... I can relate. Take care, okay?!

Sally said...

I hope all goes well for your SIL for her surgery tomorrow. Keeping you all in my thoughts.

Your little Halloween bag is so cute:)

Sharon said...

I sincerely hope your SIL will do well with her surgery and recovery. That is really scary.

Glad to see you postitng and your bag is adorable. Congrats on the finish.

monique said...

Best wishes for your SIL's surgery! That sounds scary.

Love your bag- very cute :)

Carol said...

Aw, what a sweet little bag!

Jaimie said...

Best wishes for your SIL going in to surgery. No wonder you have been feeling out of sorts! EEk looks very cute and I hope you are both doing better soon. {{Hugs}}

Suzanne said...

I hope that you SIL's surgery goes well. I can understand you concern. The halloween bag looks really good. I am looking forward to seeing your progress on the gameboard and the village of hawkes run hollow. By the way, I am glad that my smile award cheered you up.

wanda said...

Sorry to hear about your SIL, it was fortunate that she went in when she did. I hope everything goes well. Love your finish!! I am trying to make some progress on the village as well.

tkdchick said...

Your SIL will be in my thoughts.

I've been in those wierd moods before yeah better to keep quiet.

Your little bag is cute!

Ranae said...

Eek! You litle bag is fabulous.
Best wishes for your SIL's surgery and quick recovery.

Lavon said...

I'm thinking good thoughts for your SIL. I hope the surgery
goes well. Hugs, Lavon

Marika said...

Oh, I hope that your SIL`s suregery has went fine !! I find stitching very relaxing when I have blue thoughts. Don´t worry about slow posting to your blog, we´ll be still here :-)

samplerlover said...

Thank you for your lovely comments on my blog. I hope your SIL's surgery went ok. I can quite relate to sitting in the corner as thats how I feel at the moment. Unfortunately my Mum passed away last Thursday. I have been in Sydney all last week and have only come home last night.

Your bag is lovely and quite appropriate for Halloween. I usually only stitch on one large piece at a time too.

Deborah/LavenderRose said...

Dear Kajsa, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family about your SILs surgery. It's a difficult thing. I can imagine you have been taking some time to be with yourself to gather some inner strength for this! Love your little EEK! Come back and talk when you feel like it.. Your SAL should be fun.
Hugs,
Deb

Lana said...

I hope your SIL's surgery went well, and i hope she recovers quickly. Also glad you have been able to find time to stitch lately too, that is always great! I have family coming next week for a visit, so I have been having stitching marathons this week, knowing that next week...very little stitching will happen!

Happy stitching!

Shari said...

your finish it cute Kajsa, but I am most concerned for your SIL. I pray the surgery went well for her. How very great that they found it early & could take care of it.