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MaryLeeHayden Posted: Thu, Sep 24 2015 3:22 PM

I think I posted a thank you for the quilt made and given to me during a difficult time I was going through but I don't think I posted the picture. I'm still going through challenges. Seems my body doesn't like me much. I have to have an MRI on my back. It hurts so much I haven't been able to do much of anything, including quilting. I'm hoping they'll figure it out and fix it. Anyway, I just took a picture of the quilt on my bed. I know that a lot of love and work went into it. Whenever I sleep, I feel like I'm sleeping under a quilt of love. 

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Ginny replied on Thu, Sep 24 2015 3:44 PM

Mary, Thanks for posting a picture of your quilt.   But, no you are not a bad person in any way.  You were under a lot of stress at that time and we just wanted to let you know that we all cared for you.

I hope that you find out the problem for your back and hopefully , maybe, physical therapy will work to make it feel better.  If not, I pray that whatever is the problem will be fixed and give you relief.   

I know, It sucks to get older.  LOL     Ginny

 

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Kris replied on Thu, Sep 24 2015 8:59 PM

Mary you're not a bad person. You've had a lot to deal with. A photo of the quilt was posted last October. Don't worry about it. Take care of yourself.

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I'm glad you all aren't angry with me for being out of touch. It's not only my back that practically has me crippled, my eyesight is bad. Been to various specialists and now they want me to go to Vanderbilt in Nashville. After the 4th local specialist, I made the mistake of looking up my ghosting vision on the net. Nobody should ever do that, even if it was the only way I found a drastic cure for my chronic pancreatitis. I don't expect to be as healthy at 60 as I was at 20. I just want to be able to function. Quilting, knitting, reading. I'd even like to do housework, something I never expected to say. 

On the bright side, I am heading to California for my grandson's second birthday party. And then in December, my best friend /sister's youngest daughter is getting married. Scott is going with me to drive and make sure Eddie is good enough for our Leah. I used to wish one of my boys married one of her daughters. we both have 2. When I voiced that wish, my sons said,  "Eww...that would be incest." He was wrong, of course, but they grew up together so close that they feel like siblings. Eddie better treat her right or he will be answering to my sons. lol

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Ginny replied on Fri, Sep 25 2015 9:48 AM

Oh, I hear you Mary when you say you just want to be able to function as some one your age and not as if you already have one foot in the grave.  I feel the same way after my scare following my shoulder replacement.  

I am so delighted that you are going to get to see your grand son.  That will be a pick-me-up for sure.  

And the wedding sounds good too.  Keep it up, girl, and I'll keep praying for good news on your health concerns.     Ginny

 

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