I'm having surgery May 22 on my face. It's scary, but my wonderful plastic surgeon will be right there to do reconstruction and he promises me "back to normal." Without the offending birthmark which went bad and was removed, of course. So, that's that. Movin' on.
My little Ladybug Schnauzer, age 3, got very sick last week and we had to rush her to the vet with dehydration and tummy troubles... all from an ear and gum infection. She's getting her teeth done next week. The good news is, she's almost fully recovered minus a little weight loss - she's down to 9 pounds, about a couple pounds low for her. Mommy's working on getting her to regain that.
We celebrated my husband's birthday last weekend, here is a photo of all of us.
|Left to right, my daughter's significant other Russell, my daughter Cari, Dad (back), me, |
my son's fiance Janette, and my son John.
I'm so happy that I was able to get out the other day on our first really nice day and do a little work on my gardens! There is so much to be done, but it's a start! I planted two little bushes, a Hydrangea and a Rhododendron, along with all of the tulip and hyacinth bulbs we enjoyed having bloom indoors this winter.
|The Spring bulbs we started and bloomed indoors, now outdoors!|
|A work in progress... my front gardens and plants that I overwintered indoors.|
My recent articles with links to the above patterns in SoCrafty Magazine are here.
I hope all of you are having a wonderful Spring and crocheting something amazing!