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Thanks Katherine and handstitcher. It has had its challenges but I will get through it.
So glad your surgery went well!
So glad your surgery went well, Janet! Follow the doctor’s orders and heal quickly and well. Take care of yourself!
Lovely quilts, all, Lynne! I’m especially partial to the Tree of Life. One of my favorite patterns and I greatly respect you for putting together all this small hsts. I. Afraid I don’t have the patience so I’m glad can admire yours.
Thanks Jan and Cat Lady. We all learn to adapt as much as possible but fortunately this is temporary.
Glad to hear things went well Janet. When my husband had his stroke he had to learn to type with just his non-dominate hand. He can almost type as fast as I do using both hands now even though he can still only use the one hand on the keys (he does use one finger on his paralyzed hand to push the ctrl key when needed).
Good news, Janet!
My surgery went very well. He had to move the nerve back to the front of my arm. I will see him for a follow up on the 28th. I should be an expert on typing 1 handed with my non-dominate hand by then. LOL
Lynne, your quilts are fabulous. I like the juxtaposition of orange peels and the square-in-a-square blocks.
Janet, my prayers are with you as you recover.
Katherine, your valance will be wonderful.
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