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Comment by Riana Noyes on Sunday

Doing some handwork while travelling.

Comment by Riana Noyes on Sunday

Wow, Elizabeth, you really are on a roll! It turned out great.

Sitting in northern Pa. near NY state border for coming ice storm to snow tires, studs, chains or even a not usec to foul weather travel. So decided to play it safe:))

Comment by Barbara Hughes on Sunday

Thank you everyone for your prayers. I need all I can get. Thanks!!

Comment by Mary Moore on Sunday

??? Machine quilting thread is as heavy as hand quilting thread???  As strong?  What is the difference? 

Comment by Mary Moore on Saturday

Barbara, I find I keep a project going upstairs, downstairs, in the car..nothing in the bathrooms yet.  Hope you will be running all around soon.

Comment by Gail Brown on Saturday

Oh, Barbara, I feel your pain.  Suffered with problems for years.  Have had both knees replaced and right hip, also plates in my left wrist.  Hope you're back to normal soon.  It's hard to describe the pain, I always said it is like a shock would feel.  sending Prayers your way.

Comment by Ginny Andersen on Saturday

Ouch! Prayers for you, Barbara for major improvement and quick healing!

Comment by Linda Koller on Saturday

Feel better soon Barbara.

Comment by Barbara Hughes on April 13, 2018 at 9:04pm

Love the Happy Hour Quilt, Elizabeth.

I haven't been able to go up and sew or do anything for a couple of days. I have been suffering with my lower back out. I can't step with my right leg because of great pain in my knee. Went to the Chiropractor and he said I have two deteriorating discs in my lower back. He gave me exercises and ice jell bag to bring down the inflamation. Still can't walk on it but I think there is a change. I think the inflamation is coming down. He had high hopes that I'll be able to walk next week. I'm using a cane and my Dad's walker.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on April 12, 2018 at 12:51pm

Thank you, Ginny and Mary.

Bad weather forecast for week-end.  I'm staying home and quilting.


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