Lots has been going on around here lately, but not all good stuff unfortunately. My sweetie was rushed to the hospital on Friday because the entire right side of his face was suddenly paralyzed. I didn't tell him at the time that I thought he might have had a stroke, but I really got scared.
Turns out he has something called Bell's Palsy and with time, he should get back to normal. Between going to work, taking care of my sweetie, taking Dylan to karate lessons and running errands, I've been busy in the sewing room.
I made a few more modern cross blocks...
I signed up for the 2014 Lucky Stars BOM over at Don't Call Me Betsy and while I was there, I figured I might as well get the 2013 patterns as well. Last night, I sewed the January 2013 star. I love it!
And that's pretty much it! What about you? What are you up to this week?
I will be linking up at Lee's for WIP Wednesday...
Oh no! So sorry to hear about the medical crises. I've known two men to get hit with Bell's - it is so unexpected and hard to explain. It did go away for both of them just as you described. I hope it ends quickly for your man too.ReplyDelete
I LOVE the kitty cats - they are too cute. What a lucky girl! :)
Izzy, I hope your guy is back to normal quickly! Your blocks look great.ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear about your sweetie but glad it wasn't a stroke. Looks like some lovely blocks! I love the kitty cats! I should make a pillow too! Didn't think to do that.ReplyDelete
You have so much going I don't see where you have time to sew. I had Bell's Palsy about 27 years ago I was lucky it only lasted 3 weeks in my case. Wishing him a fast recovery. Nice quilt blocks.ReplyDelete
Praying for a speedy recovery for your sweetie. :)ReplyDelete
Wishing your husband a speedy recovery. Your blocks are beautiful. Just started cutting for a half square triangle big block quilt.ReplyDelete
Bell's Palsy can be scary, Grizz had it years ago too and made a full recovery in just a few short months. Thankfully that's what it is and not a stroke! Love those cat blocks and modern crosses - so very pretty! Quilts for 2013 are complete (well, one I forgot about in the bottom of my basket, but no rush, so I'll probably leave it until the New Year), just picking away at small things now to keep busy, and trying my hand at knitting again.ReplyDelete
I will keep you and your family in my prayers. Please do take it easy on yourselves. You have all had a big scare. Merry Christmas.ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear about your sweety. My friend Deb http://vtquilter.blogspot.com/ is experiencing it right now. I found it so ironic to hear of two people experiencing it at the same time. My co-worker had it years ago and made a full recovery.ReplyDelete
You are keen taking on two years' worth of Lucky Stars!ReplyDelete
Hope your hubby recovers quickly from the Bells Palsy. I have never heard of it before.ReplyDelete
Have fun with your Lucky Stars BOM I am rounding the corner of my Dec. 2013 Lucky Stars BOM.
Best wishes to your honey--I hope he recovers soon.ReplyDelete
I have thought about doing the BOM from Don't Call Me Betsy. Thanks for showing off your star...it's tempting me to click on over there to sign up.
So sorry to hear about the medical emergency Izzy! You must have been so scared. What a difficult time. I believe my sister-in-law had Bell's Palsy and recovered quickly. She hasn't had a problem since that time. I hope the same for your sweetie. Love the blocks :-)ReplyDelete
I hope your husband is back to normal soon! I've never heard of Bell's palsy but I hope it's not seruious and it wasn't a stroke.ReplyDelete
You sure are one busy and motivated quilter! The cats are going to be super cute!
I am so late on catching up on my blog reading! I am so sorry to hear about your husband. I hope is doing better and that you all have a great Holiday! I am sure your daughters friend will love the cats, they are adorable!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad to hear that your husband didn't have a stroke and that he's doing better. Yay!ReplyDelete