Posts Tagged ‘medical’
Posted August 11, 2011on:
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Our mom has not been posting recently because she is really unwell. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers.
Unfortunately not good news from the drs and not feeling too well nowadays. So, please bear with me with my sporadic posts and replies… 😦
Hope to be 🙂 next time!
Sorry for not posting in so long. Life has intruded. My grandson and great nephew both had bar mitzvahs and a grand-daughter became engaged. I get to get busy and make another chupa quilt. This one I’ve been working on for 5 years thinking I had plenty of time. Not any more! I will also be starting another round of chemo and would appreciate it if you all keep me in mind in your prayers.
A little help from G-d, friends, and family– I belong to a quilt group called “Quilters of the night kitchen.” We challenged ourselves to exchange a baggie of scraps and use them in a quilt. This was my interpretation. I love them all and I added the hand holding the last block (on the bottom right) to emphasize how I need everyone for their support. This quilt is not bound, but is on stretcher bars, it is quilted, however.
Bernie Siegel, I Hear You – I read a lot of inspirational books to help me through a very hard time. Bernie Siegel
inspired me to visualize attacking my cancer cells. I found the bulls eye fabric and I knew exactly what I would do. The only thing is that maybe my cancer cells came out a little too cute.
“Exposed” came about when I was going through my gazzilionth procedure (when I had breast cancer), this one was an X-ray and I noticed 2 containers, one marked exposed and another marked unexposed, for the films. As I lay there, I was thinking that going through any kind of medical treatments makes you feel just that- exposed. I asked the technician if I could have the film and thats what how i made the lettering.
This is the first in my “Breast Cancer Series”