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Pam/NY
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  • Manlius, NY
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About Me
I'm married and we have one son, daughter-in-law, two grdsons! I was a RN specialized in ICU. We travel a lot through Gary's work.
My Website (not your email address)
http://Pamelanieman@gmail.com
Hobbies and Interests
quilting, applique, hand quilting, machine quilting, embroidery, general sewing, gardening
My pets are awesome!
granddog named Mazy

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Out of Fabric...

Posted on May 7, 2020 at 5:49am 7 Comments

I delivered the last of the face masks to the food bank this morning. I made 421! I absolutely ran out of fabric! It feels great to clear out some bins for a good cause. We opened the lake house this past weekend. Our weather has been crazy cold for this time of the year! Mother's Day will be quiet...too cold for a driveway visit! will have to zoom it. Wishing all a wonderful Mother's Day. Stay safe...but, get out there and take our life back.…

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Update

Posted on April 1, 2020 at 5:16am 11 Comments

Good morning-

Good news...My nephew is doing a lot better. Had a few tough days, this definitely is a tough disease to kill once it gets into your lungs. We were able to get him on the Chloroquine and Z pack along with a nasty antibiotic.

After doing some research on face masks...if, you are making them, keep in mind that vacuum cleaner bags are a great filter. I am making mine with a pocket to slip in a new filter everyday. One bag can make many 5x6 filters.



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Good news...bad news

Posted on March 24, 2020 at 4:36pm 6 Comments

First the bad...my nephew is in ICU with the virus, was improving...but spiked a temp and difficulty breathing last night. Apparently, this is how the virus cycles.



Great news...Finally, Gary and his partner in inventilating patients have been summoned to the White House at 8am to demonstrate how to vent two patients on one vent. If, they would use TCAV method to begin with... they wouldn't need to double up. We are hoping this will begin to change standard of care for ventilating… Continue

Returned home

Posted on March 23, 2020 at 12:36pm 5 Comments

We decided to come home two weeks early. Not fun when everyone is stressed. Woke up this morning to the fire alarm going off. False alarm but scared us. Then the phones started ringing. My 45 yo nephew was admitted in Indiana for what sounds like the virus. Unfortunately, he waited a week thinking it was a cold. Impress on your people to not wait...this moves fast. Luckily, he's not on a vent yet. When it hits your family it"s terrifying. Prayers for all

Checking in...

Posted on March 3, 2020 at 8:02am 4 Comments

Good morning-

Looks like some of us are busy stitching...darn sunny weather and the pool are such distractions! I haven't stitched at all except mending! That counts... right???

Hubby is an expert on how to ventilate patients. They asked him to advise medical staffs on coronavirus treatment. Set up a website. We've been busy fielding questions by text or emails. Seems like he is skyping all day. The language barrier is huge trying to advise them. This is a similar flu to…

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At 7:40pm on July 8, 2019, Carol Ann Hinton said…

Hi, Pam.

No, my son is a Librarian for the Seward Borough (county/parish in the "lower 48" as Alaskans phrase it) library in Seward, AK.  He has been there for 1-1/2 years now, starting 4 years ago as librarian for Havalook School in the native village of Kaktovik, AK. above the arctic circle on the Beaufort Sea, inhabited by polar bears and whales!  His wife is an EMT/Firefighter and sidelines as a baker/fermenter for a natural foods grocery in Seward.  They recently purchased their first home there a few months ago.  No grandchildren for me, but they have a Ragdoll cat and a mixed breed dog, rescued from the local shelter where DDIL also volunteered as a dog-walker!

At 6:26pm on July 3, 2019, Sharon said…

Hey Pam..

    How are you? It’s been a long time.. I’m trying to get back in the QWU saddle. Would love to hear from you. 

At 3:53pm on January 20, 2019, Marianne said…

Hi Pam, pleased you did that trip.  We did almost identical trip a few years ago.  The grand canyon, just left one speechless, the vast beauty, the sheer size and the colours were hard to put into words.  All the national parks just amazing, remember, I come from a small island, I think the size of Florida so everything is overwhelming.  Vegas was like being in a fantasy bubble, then the engineering expertise to build the Hoover dam, all so incredible.

This year, we are going to New York, staying in Manhattan for a week, then onto Pennsylvania  in April,  if you have any tips for a British tourist, do let me know.  David and I are looking forward to the trip.  Looking forward to finding some quilt shops too.  Ttfn Marianne UK 

At 3:04pm on September 19, 2017, Irene Gallway said…

Hey girl, Have you gone Awol again?  What are you working on in your sewing room.  I'm still plugging away on the quilts for my grandchildren. I'm anxious to get them done and move on to another project.  

At 12:54pm on December 6, 2016, Prairie Quilter Jan/NE said…

Hi, Pam.  Couldn't comment on the Vermont blog post, so I just wanted to comment here.  What a fun trip!  I, too, always wonder how folks decide to settle *here* (wherever).  Sometimes I wonder if they closed their eyes and wherever their finger pointed on a map, that's where they went!  :)   

PS:  When I go anywhere with Todd, I usually implement the "travel dehydrated" method!  :)  

At 12:49pm on June 5, 2016, Cheryl A said…
Nice to get your comment on my post, Pam. Hand work is nice for a while. Kind of makes us slow down for a while. Hope you have an enjoyable day today. We are getting thunderstorms, my poor dog is not happy following me wherever I go. I'm trying to yo get knocked over by her. Lol
At 7:40pm on May 25, 2016, Irene Gallway said…

Pam I would love to have you come play in my sewing room.  I have friends who come and we sew together.  It's smaller then the one I had up at the house. I'm going to leave that one on my page to remind me of all the fun days I spent in the "green" room. This one is cozy and most of the things I had out in the open at the house is in the closet so my actual sewing space isn't much different.

At 4:44am on January 13, 2016, handstitcher/IL said…
Thank you for your kind comment on my crazy quilt! Working on it really helped me as I was coming to terms with the loss of my mother as I knew her. I'm so glad you like it. I always enjoy your posts. I sent the one of the woman toasting her friends to my daughters and nieces, warning them for what they're in for with my sister and I once we hit the nursing home.
At 12:47pm on December 26, 2015, Irene Gallway said…

Hi Pam,  I can't wait to see your table runner when you get it done.  I'm thinking I would like to make one for myself.  I hated to part with it. I just went and bought 6 yards of 3 different Christmas prints that were half price.  And fabric to make my kitchen curtains and a new pair for my bedroom.  I hate my bedroom curtains. I have the fabric to make my living room drapes so I will be busy for awhile.  

At 2:38pm on November 17, 2015, Irene Gallway said…

Hi Pam.  This has not been the best Summer of my life. Trying to take care of Bud here with a splint on my hand was difficult and then he went into the hospital and back to the nursing home for rehab.  He finished his rehab and he insisted on coming back to Calais.  I flat out refused to bring him back to the apartment so he is down the road in Assisted Living.  He is not a happy camper but I refuse to give in to him.  I love my apartment.  It's small but cozy.  I still haven't made my drapes for the living room or curtains for the kitchen but I haven't had much sewing time.  After Bud went into the hospital and I got the splint off my hand I had to go up to the house and finish moving.  Just this week I can say every thing I want is here and put away.  I still have to get one of the guys who work here put up my curtain rods and a couple of floating shelves.  The shelves are going in my sewing room.  There is a lot of activities at the Rec. hall.  A short walk for me.  The thing I like the most with Bud gone is I can go back to my sewing group and my bingo group.  when he was here I couldn't leave him alone as he was falling.

So things are looking up at the moment.  Nice to hear from you.  Irene

 
 
 

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