Friday, April 17, 2009

Quilting Update

Well we were back at it again ... quilting that is. We are getting to the exciting part where things are really coming together. I sewed the backing and filler to the quilt so that next session we flip it inside out and do a couple of finishing touches. The quilt measures about 30 inches by 30 inches. Not sure how it ended up ... almost square as it should be a bit more rectangular.

The quilting session did tire me out so I'm really going take it easy for the next few days.

Yesterday I used my inhaler about three times. They sure do work. It really cleared my chest so I could breath easier. Last nights' sleep was really good and I woke up feeling good as well.

When I look at my feet ... the toes are definitely looking more normal ... slimmer and all. That means I'm losing some of the fluid I have been retaining. I still need to use the inhaler today but hopefully this will be one of the last days.

My catheter area is still sore ... I have been coughing quite a bit and that seemed to make it more sore. We'll be watching that closely ... make sure the infection is in fact gone.

Have I told you how great it is to be home. The hospital treated me wonderfully but there truly is nothing like home.

6 comments:

Audrey said...

Awww...you just sounded like Dorothy!

Was this your last quilting session? I thought that one of your fellow sewers told me that. Perhaps I misunderstood.

No more coughing Chickie! We need you to get well!
xoxoxo

SweetAnnee said...

Glad your home ..now love yourself and treat yourself kindly.

fondly, Deena

Michelle said...

Good to hear!

xx

Trish said...

Quilting is fun! I bet it turns out beautiful.
So glad your home, take care of that cough. This brings back so many memeories of when I was in treatment. Just take care of yourself and take it easy.
Trish

Renee said...

Glad you are home dear beauty.

Was the catheter a port?

Hurry and get well, I am commanding you. har har

Love Renee xoxo

Daria said...

Renee,

The catheter was a central line not a port.

Have you had either? If yes, do you have any feedback?

Daria