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Morning, I pray you have all had a Spirit Led week.  I know I did.

Today my husband has a follow up appt, with his general practitioner.  He gets to explain why he REFUSED to have a test done.  I sort of agree, but early detection is the key to all possible cancers.  I knew i could not talk him into it.  I have been married to him for 40 yrs.  I know when I can push and when to let it go.

Thursday, the twin (Ryan) and his wife who are expecting had a check up.  The doctor had a difficult time hearing the heart beat, so he did an ultrasound.   Baby was not cooperating.  He/she did not want to be disturbed.  But the doctor was persistent and got a good view of the heart and it was all good.     

Saturday, Seth. the grandson that is now driving, came by.  Just cause.  Don't you just love it when a teen aged boy WANTS to visit his grandparents.  He was in town to watch his tennis team play in a tournament.  Van won.  AWESOME.  Seth is also in tennis, but since he joined late, he can't actually compete until spring.  He is also in the marching band.  He does not have a car, so he can really only drive on weekends when his parents lend him a vehicle.  

Now to combining two passions.  I wove these crosses over a year ago.  They had been in a blanket, but for some reason at the time I was not happy with the way it turned out.  So I saved it and at one point I cut up the blanket.  I plan on using up a bunch of 'scraps' to frame them, so they will be a hodge podge of colors.  

The black looking one is actually navy blue.  I only have a total of some 40 + crosses to frame.  I have about 15 done.  This gives me something to work on until we get the gender reveal so I can get started on the baby quilt.  LOL  I am also considering putting some of these framed crosses into a picture frames to hand out for Christmas.  Just thinking about that one.  Do I give each person one or just one per family?  First thoughts were to use theses blocks for a quilt or wall hanging.  

Well it is time to get going.   

Proverbs 8:32

"And now, O sons, listen to me: blessed are those who keep my ways". 

My you have a Spirit Led week.  

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Comment by Irene Gallway on September 19, 2017 at 2:59pm

You are a wise woman not to push your hubby into doing what he feels best not to do, when it comes to his medical issues. Most men are stubborn when it comes to doctors dishing out meds. or tests.

I agree having the grandkids stop by for a visit is great.  I love it when mine come to visit.

Your crosses are pretty.  They will nice hanging on a wall.

Comment by Janet/MO on September 19, 2017 at 1:16pm

Your husband sounds like most men when it comes to having needed medical tests.  They are all kind of wusses about it.  <smile>  Mine has gotten much better since dealing with both vascular problems and prostate cancer.  He might grumble a lot, but he does go through with the test.  Those frames crosses are very pretty. 

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