Ok, I can do a little dance. The dermatologist, who is a gorgeous long legged blonde, took one look at my cheek, grabbed her can of freeze, and froze me! I am now the owner of a dime sized spot that itches like you know what and weeps white tears when I cover it with Neosporin.
"I want to see you in a year, unless you have any further problems." So much for fighting windmills, lol. And another quote from the gorgeous blonde, "You are certainly healthy for your age"....hmmm, no sympathy there, lol.
So I can merrily go my way having Mad Hatter days or fight the windmills anyway or whatever the heck I want to. Thank you for your sympathy posts and asking about my health. Evidently we all worried in vain. Everyone breathe a sigh of relief.
I am working feverishly on my challenge quilt and, somehow or another, I can't make it look like the picture I had posted before. I still hope to have it finished by the deadline.
I picked up my Bernina today. That was a quick two weeks, thank goodness. I had the technician put an automatic threader on that, which will certainly save me some frustration.
I picked up a quilt from my quilter last week and am working on the binding. My daughter came by at lunch and was talking about Katy (4) needing a quilt for her bed. Did I have her on my radar for a quilt? Hah...sometimes I think she knows when I have one ready. She took one look at the one I am binding, and said, oh this one will be wonderful, just the right color. Lol. I will take a picture of it before it goes. And it is a big one, 90" square.
I hope everyone is having a great week so far. I think all I have done this week is run errands. Everyone stay warm!