Wednesday, 4 July 2012

WOYWW 161 and a BIG Thank You!

First of all, thank you to so many of you who sent me lovely wishes for my health issues.  It's like having a huge great big blanket of care around you which helps believe me.  Who would've thought that people all over the world are sending good karma across the oceans and miles for me and my poorly body.  At least my mind is still active - ahem - well almost - I think!!  It is lovely to know that so many of you also understand my problems and that my health comes first.  It's so easy to get the wrong end of the stick with the written word.

It's that time again - and I'm hopping in here before another hospital visit.  I've got four visits this week which isn't bad!  Also, I've got my appointment through for the kidney failure too, although the first appointment they had is at the end of the month.  I took it as I need my kidneys to work properly as not much else is at the moment LOL!!!!!

Anyway, where was I - oh yes, WOYWW over at Julia's place.  Go and have a look and I bet you'll become addicted - the same as the rest of us!

On my work tray this time, we have another charity card, I found some lovely little die cuts (from before I had a Cuttlebug - these ones came from a holiday my Aunt and Mum went on and bought me back loads of goodies when they came across a craft fair on the pier by the seaside).  I blinged (is that such a word?!?!?) them up a bit with gemstones and you'll see the cards soon when I post them.

Have fun everyone!!!!


Lunch Lady Jan said...

There most definitely IS such a word as blinged - it is a verb that I use all the the time. In fact, my motto is:

I apply this to all areas of my life. In fact, I think I'll recommend it to everyone :)

Good luck with all the tests, mate - hope they identify some way of improving your health...

Sending hugs,
LLJ #60 xx

Neil said...

Hi there. Nice to pop in and see your creative world this week. I won't stay long; don't want to give you my cold! Hope you have a good creative week though.
Neil # 33

inkypinkycraft said...

You feel better this week and good luck with the appointments! Trace. 52

Twiglet said...

We love a bit of bling! Good luck with your tests etc. Thinking of you. x Jo #68

Daniella said...

Can't wait to see your "blinged" cards! Yes, I do believe it is a word! LOL!! Hope you get to feeling much better soon!!!

Elizabeth said...

Hi Karen, blinged has entered into the dictionary of crafting jargon, so yes, there is such a word :) Hope all the hospital appointments go well and that those specialists bring you several rays of hope! Happy WOYWW, Elizabeth x #85

Anonymous said...

Happy WOYWW Karen

Hope your hospital tests go well and you feel better soon :)

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Mrs F xx

MrsC.x said...

we all need a bit of bling my love :D

good luck with all your tests i wish you well and hope that you're on mend soon.
TFS Happy WOYWW xx Charlie.xx #72

Samantha Elliott said...

Nowt wrong with a bit of bling.
Not seen you for a while and sorry to hear you are poorly. Sending hugs as I type Karen.

Karen said...

Thanks for all the lovely comments, the good karma from around the world helps make life a bit easier and so many nice things said feels like a lovely big blanket of care. Thanks guys!

505whimsygirl said...

Take care of yourself. I hope all your hospital visits this week bring good news.

I'm visiting today as yesterday I was out kicking up my heels celebrating my Independence!

Kay #27

peggy aplSEEDS said...

you are so inspiring, to be making these cards for charity in spite of your health concerns! belated happy WOYWW!
thanks for sharing!
peggy aplSEEDS

Sunshine Girl said...

Most stuff in my house is "blinged" too! hope you are feeling better soon and those hospital appointments all go ok.

scrappymo! said...

Sending hugs and positive health vibes your way!

Neesie said...

I'm a little late visiting this week...but what's new I ask myself?
Anyway, I hope that all your appointments went well and you'll be full of 'bling' yourself!
Take care ~ Neesie #29

Morti said...

Hope you're feeling a lot better soon - sometimes craft helps us to keep going when we most need it. This is an amazing community we've got these days, and we're all looking out for each other a little bit.

Take care of yourself first and foremost!

Morti #47

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