Speaking of sewing, I got the sashings cut and sewn into sashing/cornerstone rows and got the first row of blocks finished yesterday. And I am so thrilled with how they turned out! a Fons and Porter design sheet ... I just need to ask DH to get out the ladder and get some nails hammered in the wall space above my closet door (which will be perfect for providing some solid for the sheet to rest against when I'm using it).
My Blues play tonight ... and my little Blues garden flag arrived in the mail this morning. Perfect timing! Here's to hoping that I'll be able to keep it hanging for several more weeks! :-D.
Tomorrow is my 6-week post-surgery follow up and Chemo #4. I noticed last night that my eyelashes have started to grow back in. Since I lost them several weeks into my first chemo, I'm guessing I'll lose them again. And thank you, everyone, for bearing with me on my PSA yesterday. As Janet O. said, when we or a loved one is suffering from a serious disease, we tend to be passionate about it ... so I'm very passionate about ovarian cancer. I pray that at the least a diagnostic tool will be found, but I'm really praying for a cure, too. But rest assured, I don't intend for this blog to become a stage for endless PSAs. ;-)
Time to wrap this up and head to my sewing room! I hope that whatever you have planned for today includes a little something that brings you joy ... have a great day!