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Sorry I haven't posted in a while but haven't been feeling well, metally.  But, today I have to let you know I just got home from my last chemo treatment and looking forward to moving on.  My next step will be surgery in a month or so and then we celebrate.  I finally get to retired as the local lab monkey and pack away all those tubes and hanging bags.   I'll have a few rough days yet but then I hope to get into my sewing room.  I bet there are a gazillion cobwebs I'll have to fight thru to even get in.  Darn those cobs.  I have to finish a commissioned baby quilt before the owner sends a bounty hunter after me....then I have a king quilt to bind and get in the mail to my mom.  I'll do the machine part and she will be doing the hand sewing part.  I need to find things to keep her busy, as she tends to  have too much woa-is-me time on her hands.  Well, I hope you all have a wonderful day today and a great weekend.     

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Comment by Marnie/NH on January 30, 2013 at 3:18pm

I am so glad the chemo is done!  You keep on getting a little better each day.  Oops I am getting kinda bossy ...lol  Thinking of you  I hope you feel stronger each day.


Comment by Lori/MD on January 29, 2013 at 2:28pm

Glad your feeling better.  Glad to see you on line again, and almost ready to sew. 

Comment by Carol Wadkins on January 29, 2013 at 7:33am

Debbie, It sounds like you are doing a great "turn about", so good to hear. Praying that all continues to go well with you.. As for the quilting, awesome........... as for the gazillion cobwebs, no worries they just keep coming back anyhow......... LOL



Comment by Teresa Holley on January 26, 2013 at 9:32pm

Debbie, I didn't quilt or sew a lick for almost 4 years while I was going through chemo, radiation and 7 surgeries but just started back small. Take care and Prayers that God will bless and surround you with a healing hug. Hope your surgery goes well. I totally understand the not feeling good mentally, but it is so important to stay positive, and rest, eat healthy, and take good care of yourself. If you ever want to talk, I'm here for you.

Comment by Ally Bryant on January 26, 2013 at 5:39pm

So glad you have that behind you, and don't worry about the cobweb as Irene says they make good ceiling lace, just consentrate on getting yourself well and back amongst us with your laughs and giggles/

Way to go Debbie.

Comment by Irene Gallway on January 26, 2013 at 9:31am

I'm glad to hear your chemo is over. My prayers are with you as you continue to gain strength.  You are an inspiration the way you have endured all that you have been through.  Don't worry about the cobwebs.  I call them "ceiling lace" so I can justify them hanging around. lol  Hugs

Comment by Debbie Snyder/WA on January 26, 2013 at 8:54am

Thank you all soooo much for your support and prayers.  The giggles were good too...

Comment by Stephanie G. Benson-Greer on January 25, 2013 at 9:07pm

My friend, you are fighting a hard fight, but I have faith that you will be fine.  There are too many quilts left unmade, so you better get going.  Please let BJ or I know if there is anything we can do!  Big hugs to you (gently, as I know you are not feeling 100%).  Nice to see you on here again.  Take it slow and easy, that will win your race!

Comment by Lynda Banks/Ont. on January 25, 2013 at 8:18pm

What, you're not feeling well mentally?? ?  How can that be, I mean you have endured what most of us are terrified of... and managed to keep us all posted.... and wished everyone a great day, and weekend...

My darling girl , you are an inspiration to all of us :)  Don't worry about quilts and bindings and woa is me Mom. Cobwebs are easy, take care of Debbie, because we all want her back, makin' us laugh and smile and brightening our days with her wonderful humour :)))  God be with you and focus on that light at the end of the tunnel. You are almost there

Comment by Barbara Graham on January 25, 2013 at 6:26pm

Take your time--recover from last chemo--YAHOO! Don't worry about small stuff.  Yes, you do need to finished the baby quilt (at least before the kid goes to high school) and yes, find something to fill your mom's time. How about an EPP project using the die cut hexagons? Otherwise, sleep, laugh, watch your favorite movies and think about your next project.

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