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Quick Note...

I haven't posted or made beads for a few days now - on Thursday afternoon the trainer at my daughter's school called. She got hit in the head with a softball and they thought she was showing signs of a concussion. They told me to watch her carefully. I thought with her symptoms I should take her to the doc - so on Friday that's what I did and she does have a concussion. Watch her for other signs, but no exercise for a week...she doesn't like that at all!!! But she'll be ok. Today, I think I'll finally get around to some enamel beads and more head pins, and maybe some lampwork beads as well. Depends on how I feel later - I am very tired. I myself am going through a little medical issue (girl stuff) but need to have surgery coming up soon. I'm ok, but it's on my mind a lot and it also makes me pretty tired! Hopefully we'll all be back to normal here in April. I'll post later when I have some enamel beads up!

Comments

Carol B said…
I hope you and your daughter both get well quickly. Enameling is a great cure-all. :)
Katie said…
I hope that everything gets back to normal for you soon, Sue! I know what it's like to deal with issues (girl or otherwise) that just seem to drag you down...I'm hoping that we get some sort of answer for some of my issues this week...

I hope you survive the week of a daughter anxious to get back out there!
Doreen said…
Take care of yourself, Sue. I hope all works out well. I will be thinking of you.
Jen V. said…
Hugs from down here in AL.

Plus, I got my April Bead Trends yesterday and LOVE your pieces! That set of glass is wonderful! Plus, I sold the set of earrings I made with the chardonnay beads. Good stuff!!

Take care. :)
Jen
pam ferrari said…
Hope for speedy recovery for both of you.
Dawn Doucette said…
Hey Sue,

Sending you that squeezy healing type of sisterly love that all ladies need once in a while!

Hope your daughter is on the mend and that you get to relax a bit and take care of yourself too! I recommend a nice soaker bath, complete with bath salts, candles, and some Harry Connick Jr. on the stereo!

Dawn
P.S. If you hear a tink on the window... it's the healing fairy. I'm sending her your way to look out for you guys! ;)
maryharding said…
I hope that you and your daughter are feeling full of energy and much better soon. Wishing you both healing thoughts.
Anonymous said…
"Gute Besserung" for you and your daughter. I hope everything will be okay soon. Good luck, Inge
Marie Cramp said…
Take your time Sue, we are all rooting for you :)

Hugs dear friend!!

Marie
TesoriTrovati said…
I am saying prayers for you and your daughter right now. You are in my thoughts. Enjoy the day! Erin
Christine said…
Hope your daughter is doing better, and I am sending good thoughts to you both for a speedy recovery! Take care, and hang in there! :)
Hope to hear good news from you soon, Sue! Everything will be OK! Send prayers and good thoughts your way!
Hugs, Sanda
Prayers sent your way! Hopefully you are both doing better soon!

Thank you for sharing,

Sandy
mairedodd said…
the best to both you and your daughter... her injury alone - the vigilance and worry and being responsible makes a parent weak in the knees, to the bone exhausted... take care of both of you - maybe you can watch some movies together (that's my 18 yr old daughter's fav way to pass the time!!)
peacockfairy said…
Good wishes to both you and your daughter. :-)
Anonymous said…
Hi Sue, so sorry to hear about your daughter! Thank goodness she is ok!! How scarey.
Oh, I have had my share of the medical issues, nothing serious, but still, very worrisome at the same time. Hope your daughter is back on the field soon and you on your torch.
SharonP said…
I'm praying for a speedy recovery and good health for you both! Keep us posted with your progress.
Gardanne said…
Hope your daughter is feeling better, its always a little scary when your kids are hurt. Hope you are dealing with your "girl stuff," isn't it great being a girl.
I hope the kiddo is doing better now. Concussions can be scary. Take it easy and take care of yourself. Everything else can wait a bit. Hugs!

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