GEEZ, I can't get over how the time has flown since my last post!
Can you believe it's June already?!!
I have been recuperating at home the past couple of days since having my Angiogram (Coronary Catheterisation) on Thursday. There were a couple of hiccups during the procedure but all is good and, after spending most of the day in hospital, I was sent home to recuperate for the crucial 48 hours. The best news is that my heart and arteries are CLEAR!!! It was sweet music to my ears, I can tell you. This means that I can now go ahead and organise a date for my Hysterectomy. However, I'm not looking forward to the 3 to 5 day stay in hospital because I'll be very worried about Cody who suffers terribly with separation anxiety even when I'm away from home for just an hour. He will have the boys at home with him so I hope that will calm him enough to cope without me for a few days.
I've been busy hooking while I've been absent from Blogland,
Crochet hooking, that is!
Can you guess what this is??
I'll give you a hint....
Meet Abbey, my Grand-Furbaby!
Isn't she adorable?!!
Michelle and Alex added a doggy to their family and Mikayla, my Granddaughter, is totally smitten with her!
We are officially in our winter DownUnder and little Abbey was feeling the cold, particularly in the mornings. The puppy coats in the shops were huge so I made her a little coat to keep her warm and cosy. There's room for adjustment too so it will grow with her for a little bit.
Abbey is a Cavoodle which is a cross between a Cavalier Spaniel and a Poodle.
Here she is sleeping like a baby.
Of course, I just HAD to do a quick sketch of her in my journal.
Pencil-free sketch using Faber-Castell Artists PITT pens in large Moleskine journal.
All in all, things have been going well in my neck of the woods.
Bradley and I have been watching episodes of Little House on the Prairie and I cry with each one. I've always loved that series.
I hope you're all having a great weekend!
It's a wet one here so perfect for recuperating indoors in my PJs.
Love, light and peace to you all,