Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Out And About

Today I was out and about. I went for coffee with the Breast Cancer ladies. We (5 ladies) meet for coffee every two weeks. Today the hour and half went far to quickly. Our conversation was all over the place ... as usual ... but the main thing is that we get together and support each other.

Last time we met, I talked about these neat fleece blankets that are made with no sewing. They are called no-sew fleece blankets. You can Google for instructions but if you follow the link I've attached, you'll end up at a blog where a lady has taken pictures of the blanket as she worked on it. They are very cool. A., who brought the blanket she created, says it is quit easy to make ... and pretty cheap too. It looked great and felt wondrous.

My class last night went well. Four classes left before the end. Yippee!

Last night, I slept through the night ... so my nasal issues are finally better. No bloody noses today. Yippee!

6 comments:

Audrey said...

Oh my goodness, I am SO happy to hear the your nose is behaving itself - I was getting worried! Nice that you had a good chatty coffee break. So good for the soul.
xoxoxo

SweetAnnee said...

Some volunteers here make those for Breast Cancer patients..and for Cancer patients and they
give them out at the hospitals and at The Cancer Center.
soft and snuggly

Deena

sherry lee said...

Those fleece blankets are amazing..I still use mine -- I feel sort of like Linus!! ♥

I'm glad to hear you slept the night and you're feeling better with your nasal passages....and coffee and chat -- all over the place with your group -- wonderful!! The best kind of conversation is the kind that rambles where it wants to go and time passes before you know it!

Renee said...

4 more to go. You must be so proud of yourself.

xoxoxo

Breeze said...

Those blankets sound amazing. Sounds like day by day you are getting stronger again.

Breeze

Kate Burton said...

Things are definitely different when not having a bloody nose is something to celebrate but I understand. Glad to hear things are evening out.