Saturday, June 25, 2016

This and That

Happy Saturday to you.  This week has been so busy and I'm just now looking at my blog.  Here it is in a nutshell~Monday hubby and I went down to the Molly Brown Museum with his sister and her companion.  WE loved this historic home!  We went with his sister because she was giving the museum a tin-type photo of Molly Brown and hubby's great grandmother. I would have loved it regardless of the fact that there was a friendship between the two. Monday night we went to watch our sil play softball, didn't get home until 10:00 p.m.   On Tuesday I had my Fig Leaf Club(quilt group) and that was fun.  I actually found three different fabrics for my Sisters quilt and I like them better.  Afterward we always go to lunch and visit. aWednesday was a pretty relaxed day, I walked with a dear friend and then hubby and I ran errands in the afternoon. I began cutting out the fabric for Sisters as well.  Thursday was full, with taking Hunter to the groomer, meeting some friends for coffee, a haircut in the afternoon.  WE also had our town concert Thursday night~we take dinner and sit with friends to listen to the music.
Yesterday I started off the day early with Kam and her mom going to garage sales. We couldn't believe how few there were and how slim the pickings were.  I got two books and a video-not much.
Yesterday I worked on the new block from Fig Leaf and last night we went across the street to the neighbors to play cards.  Today is pretty open-want to work on the block some more.  I have to tell you that I've got vertigo; noticed in yesterday morning.  I used to get it at this time of year when we moved here and then it stopped. This time it is a little worse than in years past, in fact I woke hubby up accidentally when I leaned down to move the blanket on the bed last night. I think I said falling or help.  So I'm on my motion sickness medication and hopefully that will eliminate the symptoms.  It's a beautiful morning in northern Colorado, I've get to get out and enjoy it-but won't be riding my bike, don't want any accidents.  I want to kick this before we head to Oregon next weekend.
I hope you have a great weekend!


  1. Hope the vertigo resolves soon. As a fellow sufferer, I know just how you feel.

  2. Noreen, I am praying for you. I know that vertigo is not good. My husband had it mildly for a bit. He went for test and they did some exercises and at home therapy and it went away. I am so thankful. I hope yours goes away too. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

  3. Hello Dear Friend, I am so sorry about the vertigo, I have been there, I will be praying for you! Thanks for sharing of your week, mine has been so busy too with the things I do every summer, plus a few extra projects! It has been so long since i was visiting in bogland! Love,

  4. Oh, that is no fun. Hope you can get rid of that dizziness quickly.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

  5. Our Auntie Cathy has vertigo and it makes life so hard for her. We are sending you lots of healing vibes!

  6. Sounds like your life is flowing so nicely! Thanks be to God for that gift! Enjoy Sisters. We are headed to the coast in August. Are you going to the coast at all?

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley AKA "Tick Tack"

  7. I'd say you have had a very full week. Oh, vertigo is just awful, hope you are doing much better. Happy weekend!

  8. Happy Lord's Day to you. Hope you have a wonderful one.

  9. It sounds as though you are thoroughly enjoying your summer! Although, I am sorry you have battled vertigo, I can't imagine. I pray your medication helps and it doesn't stick around too long! Finally starting to feel better and get back to blogging and visiting my sweet friends like YOU! Blessings, Cindy xo

  10. I only suffered from vertigo once, but it was awful enough that I wouldn't wish this on anyone. I'll be praying that you will get some relief, my friend.


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