Designer of many tatting patterns. Simple method of beaded tatting. Flowers are my inspiration!

Friday 23 July 2010

doing well

It's been a while since my last post as I am still in hospital following spinal surgery. The sugery went well but my progress is muh slower than expected. I'm doing fine, just not quick enough for me LOL! Yesterday and today I have been designing an amarylis to put into the new boo k. I am very pleased with my efforts and will write the pattern out when I get home.  Unfortunately I cannot upload the pic I took on my phone, will that from home.


Tatskool said...

Patience, give it time...and if it let's you design then it can't be all bad!

BSOTF said...

You take it easy so you mend like the doctors want you to. We never heal like we want too. We never have time to be sick or hurt. So rest & do what the doctors say & before you know it.. you will be all better. Who knows maybe you will be able to dance at your son's wedding. Wouldn't that be nice?

Ridgewoman said...

I am so relieved your surgery went well. You shall just have to have some patience with yourself; I know it is hard, but you can do it! My DH is still working through discomfort with new hip ~ mostly muscle and nerve endings. Takes awhile with that sort of incision.

Give yourself some time, dear. I'm glad for the good report.

hugs and prayers,


Suztats said...

Such good news that your surgery was a success! Do take care of yourself, and heal well.

Fox said...

Welcome back, Linda! And designing again, oh good! Enjoy the recovery and have everyone wait on you hand and foot - take advantage!
Fox : )

Imoshen said...

So glad to hear you are doing better! I'm looking foward to seeing the new design..your work is such an inspiration and won me some ribbons at my county fair..*hugs*

Kathy Niklewicz said...

Thanks so much for the update! :)

I can't believe you posted this from the hospital! I'm trying to imagine your doctor walking by and seeing you designing flowers and taking photos with your phone! LOL!

Hope you get home soon!

H J Hess said...

Take care of your recuperation and do not worry about anything else.
Stay healthy.

Bonnie said...

I hope your recovery goes smoothly and that soon you'll be home to finish the process there. Slow and steady.