Sunday, February 10, 2013

Ya'll are My Happy Place!

Thank you for the encouragement and the dishcloth patterns. I appreciate the so  much more than you know and so glad to connect here in the blog with happy folks. I can't say that for all chat rooms.......I will digress.
I woke up this morning and I have tried to ignore a very painful right hand injury but I think I'm going to get it checked out today.
2 nights ago I was trying to open a very hard jar and felt something pop in my right hand and deep burning pain. A knot is now there. I can't hardly type. I think I may have ruptured a tendon in the top of my hand.
It certainly slowed down any knitting last night.
I have to take meds to just lift dishes now. So I think if it's worse by day 3, its time to get it looked at.
I hate going to doctors. I put it off as long as I can.

But I just wanted to let you all know how thankful for the network of stitchers and readers that put a smile on my face every day. YOU ROCK!



This little "dear" seen right outside the house. I love living in the country.
You know if God will take care of his creatures, he will take care of us.
His creation, both nature, animals, mountains, and streams are beautiful.

Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable--if anything is excellent or praiseworthy--think about such things.~~~~~~~~~~~~Philippians 4.8

Have a great day of rest this Sunday!

7 comments:

  1. Hope your hand is better soon.

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  2. Ouch...it definitely sounds painful and worth getting checked out. Your knitting is coming along wonderfully. Your tension is just perfect.

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  3. I love the scarf, and the countrylife too..My family has a home in the country and when it's time to do the Olive oil We meet all together and we go in the field to pick up olives..That's a beautiful time...I love it so much..
    Cheers from Italy,
    Mari

    marigufetta.blogspot.it

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  4. OH, friend! So sorry to hear that you injured your hand. No fun for a stitcher and a knitter, much less just getting chores done. Praying that it will be healed soon!

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  5. I hope it is nothing too serious with your hand. I love living in the country too.

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  6. I do hope that you get that hand checked out. You could indeed have done something to a tendon as you said, but you could have also broken a bone.

    Will be keeping you in prayer girlfriend.

    LindaLee from
    CrossN' My Stitches

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  7. Oh no, I'm so sorry you hurt your hand. I hope it is getting better by now. Thank you for the little freebie this month. I just love coming to visit your blog. It is one of my happy places too!

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