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Thanks, Shaz XX
Sunday, 30 August 2020
Wednesday, 26 August 2020
As that's pretty much what I'm doing. Had too many health issues attack me one after another. There is a run down in the Christmas Card Club post below, but it seems I may possibly getting on top of it all now. I haven't crafted for weeks, and being honest, as yet, still not done any, but that will change this week.
Blogger apparently lied to me when it said I was on the new format-as in the last week or so everything has changed!
Not happy with how you change image sizes now, nor how you get the type where you want it. But as it's not going anywhere, I just have to deal with it, I suppose. Long shot of the desk, showing mainly wallets of Christmas stuff, which I'll need for Sunday- I finally got round to making some for last week, and I need to get going on some birthday cards, as I've gone through quite a lot recently.
The piece you can see on my desk is a Lunarscape, made for me as a birthday present, from Eldest Son, Ant.It has a hanging hook on the back, so that'll be going up on my wall soon.
And so thats all from me this week, as always I'll see you over at Julias place, The Stamping Ground, for our weekly desk shennanigans.
Which just leaves......And Finally.......and thats true, you know. 😁
Saturday, 22 August 2020
Wednesday, 12 August 2020
Back again, as always our regular world wide meet up of desk sharing, hosted by our amazing Julia over at The Stamping Ground.
This is whats currently on my desk - ready for some Christmas cards that I should have had done for a couple of Sundays ago, but more about that in a while.
A Sweet Poppy stencil, that also has a matching die. The bottom left one is on a Brusho background- it just looked all stormy/Blizzard like.
Talking about Sweet Poppy stencils, and the mistake in my last order. Lucy got straight back to me- literally within 5 minutes of me contacting them, said she'd put the correct one in the post, and as the mistake was theirs, there was no need to return the Postbox.
Well, I was MIA last week, as I'd already said, I'd developed a UTI and had some antibiotics. Well they seemed to work ok, but two days after I finished the course, it was back with a vengeance. So, a sample was sent to the lab, and I was given a different course of antibiotics while they waited for the results, This was on the Friday. This anti biotic turned out to be totally useless, as it did nothing, I just got worse each day- hence the last batch of cards for the Christmas Card Club didn't get done. I was literally getting up in the morning, making a coffee, going and lying on the recliner, having naps, reading a bit, wanting to go to bed about 9.00! Repeated daily.
On the Wednesday I had to phone for results, and now they knew what it was, gave me a different anti biotic, and slowly but surely it seems to have dealt with it. Fingers well and truly crossed, today is the first time I've been in my craft room since the last WOYWW I posted in.
Anyway, that just brings us round now to .........And Finally.........
An End of an era
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