Wednesday, July 6, 2011

A small update…

I just heard from my gynecologist and have a little news to share with you all.  The preliminary results from the pap smear came back as ‘abnormal’ and the gynecological oncologist who interpreted the results has requested that a second and more extensive biopsy be done in order to determine if this is indeed the primary source of the cancer.  So I am scheduled for a second bout of surgery on the 20th of July and at the same time, a urologist will perform a biopsy of my bladder…

Two proceedures for the price of one!

I have mixed feelings about the findings but am optimistic that if this is indeed the source, then let’s get busy and get on with it!  I have so many things to do, people to see and places to go, quilts to be made, rugs to be hooked and new designs to share with you all…and…on Saturday…

The girls are arriving!

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Three Rhode Island Red laying hens are being given to us by a friend so Mr. Painted Quilt and I have been busy preparing the ‘coop’ area of the barn  in anticipation of their arrival.

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There’s the barn in the distance with the rose garden in the foreground.  We started to lay the black cedar mulch to try to keep the weeds down and the moisture in but as you can see, it’s not quite finished.  Hopefully we’ll be able to strike that little job from our ‘to do’ list tomorrow.

This will be the girls’ new residence.

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Mr. PQ installed three ‘roosting’ stations, two that you see above…

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and this one in order that they have the option of choosing which of the three they like the best.  Mr. PQ also laid some plywood over the pine plank flooring to make it easier to clean out the soiled wood chips when necessary.  The carpeting…I mean the fresh wood chips…will be laid in the next day or so to cover the entire floor…as well as in…

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The nesting boxes pictured above. 

Perhaps as soon as next week we will be collecting and eating our own fresh brown eggs!  

I still have to make some curtains for the window and install the television.  After all, I think the girls like their afternoon soaps.  *wink* 

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And lastly, thank you all again for caring.  You have no idea how much you all mean to me. 

As soon as we collect enough eggs, you’re all invited for breakfast!

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116 comments:

LeKaQuilt said...

Your in my prayers every day! And I'll keep my fingers crossed for you the 20'th of Julu.
Hugs Lena Karen

By Hoki Quilts said...

You know it's all going to be OK, it has to be. I mean, heck there are too many of us sending up good wishes and prayers for you, how could they be ignored??
Have one, get one free - hah, sounds like a good marketing plan that procedure of yours.
Yummo, golden orbes floating in snow white clouds perfect with crispy toast - mmmm, must be breakfast time here.
YOu take care, Mr PQ too and thanks for the update.
hugs
Miche'le

sunny said...

Can't beat two for the price of one! WIth your great attitude, you'll be fine through all this. I'm glad you had moved and found a lifestyle that makes you so happy. Hugs and prayers.

Annelies vdB said...

Kaaren my thoughts are with you now and on the 20th !

Lori said...

I'm sure you are ready for the next step...
Love the girls new crib! LOL

Handmade by Mai said...

I hope everything will go well the 20 th. And I will come over for the breakfast(lol)

Laura said...

Praying for the wisdom of your doctors to provide the necessary treatment for your full recovery.

Susannah said...

Ohhhh....fresh eggs!

Take care, Kaaren. You are still in my prayers every day.

Hugs,
Susannah

LaDonna and Diana said...

Got you on my prayer list!

LaDonna

Sunnybec said...

Oh I like a good BOGOF (buy one get one free) it sounds like they are taking good care of you. That's another good thing about living here in France, the health service is brilliant. Wish I was near enough for breakfast fresh eggs taste so good. Hugs Linda

Farm Girl said...

Well I know that stuff is no fun, but I am glad it wasn't all of the things I kept thinking it was. This happened to my daughter after her son was a bout two years old we went through the whole thing thinking the worst then all of it went away.
They still watch her close but nothing else has happened.
I am glad you feel good and so glad you get your girls soon.
Hugs,
Kim

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

See you at breakfast Kaaren!

isa13 said...

I send you all my best wishes from France.
For your breakfast , sorry but I 'm a little bit too fare away.
Hugs

Susan said...

Ahhh fresh eggs..... Well, the girls are getting a good home.

I will be with you in spirit while your tests are being done.....

Kathleen said...

I am continuing to keep you in my prayers and thoughts everyday...

Janet said...

Looks like your gals will have top accomodations - bet you're looking forward to those eggs! Good thoughts going out to you!All the best on the 20th.

Kate/Massachusetts said...

My family has had two very scary cancer diagnoses - husband and nephew. Fortunately, both diagnoses were just plain wrong! Neither one had cancer, it only looked that way until further investigation ruled it out. So, I hope your diagnosis turns out to be a sheep in wolf's clothing. I pray for you every day. Thanks for the update.

Gra said...

I will fly up there for that breakfast and to celebrate your recovery after the two for one surgery! We are all thinking about you!!

Sabrina @Falling Leaf Woodworkers and Primitives said...

I am sending my good thoughts and prayers for you during this time... positive attitude is everything and you seem to have a very positive one. take care
Sabrina

Sara said...

Would love to have some eggs with ya:) Hope your surgery goes WELL and your health returns to tip top shape.

Bunny said...

Oh my Kaaren I have not been in blogging land for a while. I was so stunned to read your trouble with your health. I will say some prayers for you that it can be dealt with in a timely fashion and you can get back to what you love to do. Love those hens too cute. Big hugs Bunny

Mrs. Sew and Sew - Karen said...

Still praying for you daily dear Kaaren! Thank you for the update. Enjoy those eggs!

Sheila said...

You will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers and I hope all goes well on the 20th ,it really helps that you have a good attitude , all the best .Have fun with the new girls !

Anonymous said...

You certainly are getting on with it....and girls are a great way to go. Love the barn.....looks like a barn but very neat and tidy..... are the girls going "outside" or are they indoor girls?

Hang in there, we are still pulling for you.

Diane said...

your positive attitude is so encouraging! My prayers and thoughts continue.
Hugs!

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

T.V. In the hen house! I might be wanting to move in there !!
Breakfast sounds good....I like mine over easy!
Take care ..we are all thinking of you.

Sandi said...

First lemonade and now an offering of breakfast. Sounds like you are feeling positive about what is going on.

I'm glad they can combine the two surgeries at the same time.

Healing thoughts continue to head your way.

Can's wait to see what is new in your creativity circle.

All the best to Mac and Mr. PQ.
love and all that mushy stuff,
Sandi

Sandy said...

The waiting is the hardest part of all of this, I am sure. Hopefully you can keep busy in the next 2 weeks...seems like you are. Fresh eggs sounds wonderful...wouldn't it be fun if we all could get together? Prayers for you, Kaaren and stay strong.

Diane H said...

How exciting! The girls are going to love living in their fancy digs.
Keeping you in my prayers.

Chris said...

Kaaren,

I'm so glad you're receiving prompt care and treatment. I have good thoughts for you daily.
If you give the girls some itty bitty knitting needles and yarn they can whip up some sweaters for themselves for the Canadian winter! Gotta teach them to multitask :-)

Stephanie said...

Thinking good thoughts of you. Oh goodness...do the girls have names yet? Fresh eggs for breakfast...YUM. I hear chicken poop makes some of the best fertilizer!

Sewing Junkie said...

Being positive helps more with the healing process than anything. Good thoughts and best wishes. Chris

Sharon said...

Chickens, yeah! My house had a coop and I thought I would get some asap, but realized that was one too many chores for me. I love collecting the eggs at my friends farm, and then eating them! Glad you are continuing on with all your plans and ideas. Us quilters need to live to 184 to get through all our projects! Take care and big hugs.

Dianne in the country said...

Hi Kaaren

It's so good to hear from you and what is happening with you. I'm always thinking of you and am glad that you are busy waiting for the arrival of the girls, not just other news. The barn looks in great shape and I think they will be very happy there. Fresh eggs are always the best.
My prayers and thought are with you for the 20th.
Enjoy the girls and the garden until then.

Dianne

Joy said...

Oh Kaaren how exciting that you're getting some gawjus 'girls' to come and live with you. We used to have chooks too (that's what we call them here in Oz) and I just LOVED those yummy fresh eggs every day. Yours will be living a life of luxury too by the look of it ;o).
Kaaren you'll be in my prayers ... you've got such a wonderful positive attitude and that's just what you need to get through this ;o). Sending loving squeezes your way!!!
Hugs,
Joy :o) xxxx

jayne@~an eye for threads~ said...

At times we get to thinking, why me? I truely believe that with positive thinking, positive attitudes, and positive people everything will come out with a positive fullfillment. Best Wishes to you Kaaren, to Mr. PQ and to all of your new "coop"dwellers.
Be always in positive stitches.

Patty said...

Keeping you in my prayers and sending you positive thoughts. Hope you know soon so you can begin the therapy and healing process.
Hugs,\Patty

Needled Mom said...

I, too, am hoping that this is the source and the treatments can begin. I am sure the surgeries will not be too comfortable, but it will be nice to have them behind you. I will be keeping you in my prayers in an extra special way on the 20th.

I love the coop!!!! Those girls are really going to have it made. Did you pipe music in too? I am looking forward to seeing that first omelet!

Muddling Through said...

Oh, yay, chickens! Chickens are wonderful therapy, in my opinion. And they are such cheerful, industrious creatures, you can't help but feel better just seeing them around. The eggs help, too!

Carol said...

Kaaren, I'm hoping the next test will give you good information to get going with the treatment. Yes, you have many things to do like collect eggs for breakfast. Have fun with your new chickens and please keep us updated.

Phyllis in Minnesota said...

TV and curtains for the girls sounds lovely but I would guess their "bucket list" might include a hot tub for their hen parties!!

Prayers, best wishes and healing vibes heading your way, Phyllis

Kathryn said...

May everything go splendidly for you.

Hands Sew Full said...

Sounds like you are in good hands. I am keeping you in my prayers. The girls quarters are wonderful!! Thanks for updating us and take good care of yourself.

Alice I. said...

Hoping the next procedure will give your dr. the answer necessary to begin your path to recovery, Kaaren. You're in my prayers. Hugs, Alice I.

grandmarockton said...

GOD BLESS next you'll show us the Quilt the hens needed for the night chill!lol

Marian said...

Glad you're keeping busy - sometimes the waiting seems like the hardest part. Looking forward to hearing about your first "home-grown" breakfast!
Hugs!

Tarnyia said...

Love your attitude xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Candace said...

I'm glad they are finally getting somewhere, Kaaren! We send warm thoughts your way each and every day! Oh - and those brown eggs will go a long way in helping a multitude of ailments - you'll have so much fun with the girls!!!
Cheers!

Wendy B said...

One step closer to resolving it!!! Prayers and wishes keep flowing! Aaah, those girls are so lucky to live at your roost!!!! Those eggs are sure to be golden orange and chock full of healthy goodness!!!!
take care sweet friend
XXX Wendy :O)

Marsha said...

Good thoughts are always with you, hope everything gets resolved soon! You do have so much to do! Love the chickens and the eggs will be wonderful, enjoy!

WoolenSails said...

You have such a wonderful attitude, I know it will get you through the tough times and you will come out of this, even stronger. What fun to have your own RI Reds, and be able to enjoy your own fresh eggs.

Debbie

Janet said...

Thanks for popping in to give an update, there are so many people thinking of you and wishing you the best outcome you can possibly have including me.
I think your renters are going to feel right at home, lets hope they repay you with lots of eggs.

marina said...

Well at least your getting the bargain procedures done. Nothing like being economical lol.
Thinking of you and wishing you the best.
Welcome to the girls- nothing beats eggs laid by home kept hens. They will be the happiest hens around at the PQ Hilton, I wouldn't mind moving in there once the tv gets put in.
Big hugs.

Larkrise garden girl said...

Hi Kaaren, I had added you to my prayer list. YOur in good company. You will get through this and all your blogger friends are sending good wishes. Love the chicken coop boy what lucky chickens.Hugs Cheri

Miriam said...

Best of luck on July 20th Kaaren. ((hugs))

Love your rose garden.

There is nothing as good a fresh eggs!

ShirleyC said...

Prayers will continue for you.
I also love fresh eggs. Wish I had some now!

Sue said...

Those chooks are going to repay you for such a great home with lovely eggs.
Take care of yourself too and I'm sending my prayers too.

Mary said...

Positive attitude is the key!! You are in my thoughts every day. Hugs and prayers.

LONA said...

You are in the right place with a gynecologist oncologist- I am glad you went to a specialist. I work for a gynecologist and when things are out of her realm she never hesitates to refer them on to the best.
I wish you well and will continue to pray- you hang in there. Sometimes when you are too overwhelmed to pray, remember-you will be uplifted by all of your blogging friends and Christ Jesus the great interceder on your behalf.
Blessings,
Oh and the girls look great!!

Darlene said...

You've been in my thoughts so much, Kaaren. I have you my daily prayer list, as well. Here's a big old hug from me to you!!!

I'm coming for breakfast soon cuz you just can't beat fresh brown eggs. YUM!!!

The Farmer's Attic said...

Praying for you Kaaren! Started working on the Raggedy Ann & Andy quilt (again) and have and will keep you in my thoughts and prayers!

My mom had uterine cancer at 36 and two bouts of bladder cancer. She is a survivor and is now 70 years old. You have such a wonderful attitude and outlook which is half the battle. Keep looking to the Lord for peace and comfort!!!

Lucy

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

Oh fresh eggs! i can't remember the last time I had a real from the nest to the table fresh egg! Sending T&P's for your tests. {{hugs}}

Judy C said...

Glad to see you posting, the girls sure do have nice digs! LOL, and tv and carpeting what more could a girl ask for???? Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
Judy

SueB said...

You are in my thoughs every day. Best of wishes on the 20th. I am so excited about the hens. Love the coop. I would love to have some chickens.

Rosa Robichaud said...

The 3 "chicks" will be living high off the hog! (sorry, couldn't help myself) LOL

Have you thought of adding a mirror?

The 3 girls want might to primp themselves, eh?

*grin*

Seriously, I DO hope you get better and QUICK! I'm like you - let's get it over and done with 'cause there's just TOO MUCH to do, right?

Rosa
Saint John, New Brunswick
Canada

Shari said...

Good to see you are out and about and living life with such a good attitude. The house and grounds look great and it will be interesting to see what Mac thinks of the 'girls' when they arrive.

I'll add my well wishes to the others. I will pray for strength and healing for you and Mr PQ and wisdom and skill for the doctors. Overall you are in God's hands and I will pray that grace and mercy be upon you.

I hope it helps for you to know we are all thinking of you and praying for you. Hugs and warm afffection - Shari

Terry said...

Lucky you getting two for the price of one! And how exciting for the girls to be moving into their new home! I'm sure they're going to love it! Take care and know that we're all sending lots of good thoughts and prayers your way! :0)

Monica said...

Your chicken coop will be the best! You seem to have a positive outlook on things -- that is good. I think your new hens will be just what you need for a little happiness about now.

Colleen G said...

Hugs and prayers coming your way. I don't know about the soaps, but I did once know a farm neighbour who played classical music for his chickens. Those roses look lovely so there has been enough sunshine along with the rain down there.

paulette said...

Thanks for the update! Keeping you in my thoughts...especially on the 20th!! Hugs from me to you!
Paulette
PS...Sunny side up of course...thank you very much!!

Me and My Stitches said...

I'd say the girls have some pretty nice digs! Thanks for the update - I know we all think of you often, and pray for you daily!

LuAnn said...

You are in my thoughts and prayers. Will be thinking of you on the 20th.

Allie said...

Two for the price of one - oh Kaaren - you crack me up! I'll be praying for you especially hard on the 20th! So glad to know the girls are coming, and their house is almost ready...yes to the curtains but be careful with the tv, you don't want rotten eggs, lol! All those fried chicken commercials....

Christine said...

My dear Kaaren, I read very often, what's going on here with you and everything happened, I'm speechless, I wish you much more power and my best wishes. Many greetings from Germany by me.

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

I'll be thinking about you now and on the 20th. Keep your spirits up.

Those girls are gonna love their new home ~ you did a great job on making them comfy ~I'm sure they are gonna lay lots of eggs!!!

I like my eggs sunny side up!

Keep ya in my prayers
Prim Blessings
Robin

Merilyn said...

Thankyou for the update Karen, I will be sending prayers your way and that the doctors will do their best for you! These are the tough days....but they will determine the next stage of treatment.
I think Mr PQ has done a great job of creating a lovely cosy space for your new hens, they will love their new home and both of you will derive so much joy from having them be a part of your lives!!! It's probably the poshest chook pen I have ever seen! But I suppose with the winter snows you guys experience in the Northern Hemisphere they definitely need to be housed well. Again all the best for the 20th, my thoughts will be with you!
Warm Regards,

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Your hens will be living the life of Riley! That is quite the hen house..the hens on this side of the Atlantic don't get that luxury! :o)

Glad to hear things are moving along and that you are getting all the tests and all. It sounds like you have some very sensible doctors caring for you. ((hugs))

Jenny's Craft Place said...

Fingers crossed for you Kaaren. I hope you have a very long 'to do' list that will take forever to fulfill :) Best wishes, Jenny

Vickie said...

Those hens are going to live the life of luxury with you!
You are in my prayers and thoughts!
Hoping for the best,
Vickie

shawkl said...

Oh chickies will be such fun! Sending healing hugs too!
Kathy
www.shawkl.com

Sandy said...

I think we all should cook you breakfast or have a worldwide quilting be together. Rest and and it sounds as if you are keeping busy.Sending you so many prayers as you continue on this journey.

Debi said...

Just want to let you know,I follow your blog and so enjoy it. And although we've never met...I must tell you...I am a 33 year Cancer Survivor...ovarian, uterus and cervice...and I'm still here to tell my story!! Chin up and keep the faith...I'll be there with you!!
Debi
Elliot Lake, ON, Canada

Ter'e said...

Kaaren:
First of all - we love you. We are with you thru thick and thin. You have a slew of Artsy Fartsy people praying for you and sending well wishes. Know that when you go into that operating room, you are dragging a huge bunch of angels and suls to watch over you!!!!

As far as the "girls" go - I am so excited about this. What fun. Will "we" be naming these babes????? Cant wait to see pix of all your new family members!!!!

Your home is looking so beautiful. I have never been to N.S., but you sure make me want to come for a visit!!!!
xoxoxoxoxox

P.S. Please hug Mr. PQ. Tell him we love him too - for taking such good care of our girl.

pinsandneedles said...

Three hens and fresh eggs...sounds like fun! They will love their new home.
Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

Anonymous said...

Waiting is tough but you have the right attitude - keep busy. Hope all goes well on the 20th.

Charlotte

onlymehere said...

You're in my prayers daily and I do pray this surgery goes well and that they've found the primary source. What a wonderful gift too of the hens. It looks like you have the perfect set up!

Deb said...

I think about you everyday, and hoping and praying for a speedy recovery.

Ulla said...

I hope for the best on the 20th! Two for the price of one is good, saves you an anaesthasy.
Have fun with your hens!

Jackie said...

You are in my prayers - keep those positive thoughts!
You will love having chickens-sometimes my hubby and I pull up the lawn chairs next to the chicken coop and just watch - better than soaps, and we get eggs, too!

Sandra Henderson said...

You are going to LOVE having chickens and those Rhode Island reds are GREAT!!~~at least one egg per day per hen. :) Prepare to be in heaven with all the yummy REAL eggs to scramble, cakes and cookies are so much more moist and yummy! :)
Plus, just hearing the girls "cluck" around and do their thing is a gentle background noise that I really miss. And, NO BUGS! :) they love to eat the bugs. Oh, and all that stale bread, cereal, fruits, scraps, will be recycled.
Two for one is good! ~praying for you honey. Keep up the great attitude! :)

MoeWest said...

Sending good vibes to you for July 20th. Keeping hens should be an interesting experience and the fresh eggs will be great. Have you done this before? I'm wondering how you keep them warm enough in the winter.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Glad they are working the surgery into a twofer. Keeping prayers going here in Texas Kaaren.

Sandi said...

Kaaren, You have been on my mind so much lately. I look up and see that dressmaker's pincushion and think of you. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers for positive steps forward that will get you back to the creative things you so enjoy. Plus those "girls" need you to make sure that TV gets installed so they can watch their soaps. LOL!

Rhonda said...

Praying your procedures will go well, and that you'll be able to get things taken care of. Wishing you the best. Enjoy your chickens!

Fiona said...

I am sending prayers and big hugs your way Kaaren. Your hens are going to be very happy in their new home.

Hugs - Fee XX

Karen said...

Two for one is a sale, and we like sales. I say take it.
Then you will know for sure what is going on and where.
Next is set up for the plan of attack.
And what hand work do you have laid out for your relaxing/recovery time? We all know idle hands...
Nice looking laying hens. Need a rooster to be around for the gals. What about a penned up outside area to get a tan.
Thank you for updating us, we are concerned...Karencg

Elzaan said...

All the best for the 20th. Hope this "thing" can be sorted out soon enough.
My seat for the breakfast is reserved!
Thanks for the update. You are still a great inspiration to us all, even when life throws you some lemons!

Melanie said...

A castle fit for queens!!! It will be fun to have something to get your mind off of "other" things. Hang in there.

edie said...

Lucky chickens! I'll bring the blueberry muffins for breakfast! Just tell the big "C" you have no time for him, you have way too much yet to do. Kaaren you are in my thoughts everyday. Thanks so much for the update -- lots of folks appreciate that and send you loads of best wishes. Stay strong, stay busy, keep going even when you don't think you can. Mega hugs, Edie (formerly of Harlingen, TX now Nixa, MO) BTW, have you seen the news about the new BBD book?

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh I wish I could come help with the girls! When I went to Australia my friend had those and I volunteered to feed and collect eggs every day!!!! I'm keeping you in my prayers about the other....

Sheila said...

It looks like the girls house is a top notch hen house - happy chickens lay lots of eggs. Sending good thought your way for the 20th! Have a good weekend.

Rita said...

Kaaren, You have been in my thoughts and prayers. I will say a special prayer for you on the 20th. God bless you.

Susan said...

Oh, how wonderful to have the chickens. We include you in our prayers every night and will be thinking of you on the 20th.

Rida said...

I was so frightened when the doctor told me "you have cancer". But now I know that in our days, this word means normally only an illness that is possible to cure in most of the cases, so do not worry too much. There are lots of treatments, and also lots of things to do in this life. I really hope you will have luck. I love your home, it is a dream for me, but I do not think I will get one so here in Spain. It would be too expensive...think positive. Mabel.

Kathy MacKie said...

My prayers are with you and your family and know there are many people who wish you health and happiness.

Kathy said...

Karen, I've been out of the loop for awhile due to life issues and haven't kept up with the blogs I enjoy reading. Therefore, didn't realize you were having health problems. You will be in my prayers!

JessicaSews said...

Thinking of you, Kaaren!

I am sure that we all would love to join you for breakfast!!

Thoughts & Prayers for
you and Mr PQ ~v~

Marie said...

Kaaren, My thoughts and prayers are with you - am just recovering from treatment myself and I am pleased that you have such a positive outlook. Keep it up and with that and all the prayers, everything will turn out fine.
Marie

Lynn said...

Hello Karen,
My name is Lynn. I live in NC. Today was the first visit to your blog. I am new to primitive blogs and have been blog jumping so excited to find families that share my families love of the old and simplier times in life. I just wanted to say, I am a person that knows that prayers work!! I just wanted to let you know that I will be adding you and your family to my prayer list. I pray that God will send you peace and comfort as your prepare for your surgeries on the 20th and that He heal your body and your spirit.
Big cyper hugs from NC,
Lynn

northernknitter said...

Living in such a well equipt house how could those beauties not reward you folks with wonderful eggs!
Thinking of you in these days of uncertainty & sending love & strength to you and Mr.P. Q

Kathie said...

thinking of you and hoping they find the answer and you can have the treatment you need to get better...oh what a nice place for the girls, can't wait to see the curtains you make!!!!
what fun, love that your really making this house your home...
kathie

Mad about Craft said...

Hope the surgery goes well and whatever the results you can be'sorted' out so you can get some of those quilts made.

ScrapCar said...

Very nice Chicken house, I know they will be happy :). Good luck with your surgury, I wish you the best!

The Rabbit Factory said...

Kaaren...we can all take a lesson from you about your courageous attitude!! I'd admire you!! I wish for only good news for you!

Hanne said...

Wishing you all the best of luck with your tests and treatment - and a lot of soft hugs ((( )))

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Today is the day. I'm super hoping that good news is forth coming. Either way I know you are strong and such an example to us all. The girls are beauties. Isn't it wonderful to go find a little brown egg.