Klebsiella Pneumoniae

Having had to learn more than I ever hoped I would need to know about medical stuffs, I am also all too aware of drug resistant infections. My Mom had methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Necrotizing Fasciitis, so we have had a brush with the real danger of things that can’t be cured by medicine, … [Read more…]

2 Urinary tract infections and a funeral

The last few weeks have been a steep learning curve. Again. Although the trailer is much easier to load and unload, safer, easier to travel with, and just a better solution, it is yet another new thing. I always thought I was good with change, and could pretty much cope with most things, but this … [Read more…]

Day 170 and falling out of bed

This morning when I woke up and got up I noticed that Colin had spasm-d himself almost entirely off the bed. His bum was three quarters on still, but both his legs were hanging off and he was ice cold to the touch. After helping him up onto the bed again, and covering him up … [Read more…]

Tag 6

Last one for tonight – Timeless. I love the subtle colours. I usually do too bright or too blingy.

Tags 2 to 5

Here is a set of gift tags for Christmas I made with Distress Oxide inks, stencils, and some lovely shimmer white ink. There are two patterns, and I just love them both. Here is a beautiful one and every time I look at it, I can’t believe I made it. lol Here is my last … [Read more…]

Tags – number 1

Here is a tag I made for my Dad, based upon the multimedia techniques I have learned from Denise. I love them, and I feel I am getting better. Every tag is different, and I love them all. Here is the first in a series: I will be back with more later…

Christmas cards class

AAAAAAARGH! I don’t know why sometimes the images just do not post, and the spacing goes funny! Google here I come. I spent the morning making lovely Christmas cards at The Scrappers Village with the usual gang and a few new people, with Christine as the teacher. It was like a breath of fresh air, … [Read more…]

Exhaustion

For those of us, like me, who need a minimum of 8 hours of sleep a night, this type of change that has been thrust upon us is very challenging. Please don’t misunderstand me – I love Colin, and am eager and happy to be able to help him. The only problem is – when … [Read more…]