Friday, October 19, 2012

Not much progress.....

I didn't sew anything until evening.  I had an irritating low grade headache until about 3.  I think it was from the dye for the MRI.  I had to drive the CD of my test results to the eye clinic 25 miles away so it could be mailed with my other medical records to the specialist in Chicago.  I saw the report from the tests and there are 2 really good things on it but the right eye is still a major concern which will be addressed next week in Chicago.  I got the rest of the green quilted, all of the orange and red done and threaded the machine with yellow thread before I turned off the lights last night.

26 comments:

Gene Black said...

I am glad to hear that there were two GOOD things in the report. Hopefully they will figure it out and have a (relatively) easy solution to it. I know that you, like me, can't stand being sidelined!

HollyM said...

I too am glad there are good things and hope the problem with the other eye can be resolved.
Keep busy with your quilting. I love the colors of this one.

HollyM said...

I too am glad there are good things and hope the problem with the other eye can be resolved.
Keep busy with your quilting. I love the colors of this one.

Linda at Roscoe's Ma said...

Well, no wonder you had a headache. Ditto on Gene's post. Hang in there!

Stoney said...

Wanda
Summon the creative spirit within you and create a picture of absolute health and healing for yourself. You are in the hands of experts who are being guided and directed to do their very best work for you. The artist within you understands that right now someone else has the "quilt design/pattern" in hand and your body will soon reflect the work of a greater power. The people who read your blog are holding you in their hearts. Enjoy today.......

Mary said...

I'm glad to hear you are starting to get some good news, and will keep hoping on the remaining unresolved issues. This quilt is very pretty. I'm looking forward to your photo when it is finished.

Quiltdivajulie said...

I hope, I hope, I hope that I know one of those good things . . . and that the specialists in Chicago do not dawdle in getting the full results back to you ASAP. Holding you close in thought!!!

stitchinpenny said...

Still praying for you.

Vicki W said...

Here's hoping that the good things keep coming!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

hope your appointment in Chicago brings all the answers you need and that there will be a quick easy fix to whatever the problem is.

Donna~~ said...

I'm hoping you get good news from Chicago! Sending good mojo to you!

Cedar Ridge Studio said...

Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers I know it is hard to wait for answers. Glad there was some good news.

SeeingStars said...

Thanks for keeping your followers up to date with your health concerns. I know you're eager to talk to the docs in Chicago soon.
Your colored bargello (?) is gorgeous so far. I like the subtle shifts of color in the dark fabrics.
:)

Pam said...

Hugs and prayers.

Sewpokey said...

sorry about the problems with your health....its hard to think of other things when you are worried...

Sheila said...

Two really good things sounds good. I'm hoping for the best.

suemac said...

Keep up your spirits.

Jean said...

I am glad that those major tests are over with and you will soon know the results.Is the MRA a version of the MRI, or a totally different test. I haven't had time to check blogs much lately, but I am thinking of you and hoping for the best.

Marei said...

I with everybody else....2 "good things" is good news. Keep your spirits high, and I'll keep sending good thoughts, wishes and prayers your way. :)

Cathi said...

I'm joining the ranks of hoping that the news from the specialist in Chicago puts your worries to rest! Hope your headache is gone today. I do think the noise of those MRIs can sometimes cause a headache as well as the contrast dye.

Nancy J said...

i am truly hoping the "2 good things" multiply into all good, hope the headache goes soon, all from the dye I guess, and those bright shade will send some colour into your days. Chicago, hurry up!!! Fond greetings from Jean.

Leslie said...

Wanda, we're all sending healing energy your way and hoping that "two good things" will be joined by a third. Love, Leslie

Linda E in AZ said...

Best wishes to you for success with your additional tests and specialist visit. We're all pulling for you!

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cajunquilter said...

Praying for a speedy diagnosis and speedy recovery!

GerryART said...

Your positive attitude will go a long way, IMHO.
love and hugs