Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Last post for awhile

One more post before I go into hospital on Sep 17th to get my right shoulder
rotato cuff repaired and then it will be 2 months of intense
recovery to get back to semi normal again and the use of my ever
dependent right hand. I never realised how useless my left hand
was until I tried not using my right hand with it.
It's role is very much a supporting one.

I am hoping to lose some weight in the process LOL
I can't see myself biting open packets of cup a soup
or I'll be paying lots of HELP ME visits to my neighbours

This last weekend was a very sad one for me,
my neighbours in Sydney were involved in a
tragic car accident and were killed, one
instantly and one a few hours later in hospital,
they left 3 children. They were a lovely couple and will be
missed by all the neighbours.
RIP Nove and Mira

I made this card for their children
Yesterday I found out one of my neighbours' husband
passed away of cancer, he is now at peace
RIP David

The card below is a pop up card I made at MSG
thanks to the tuition of Deidre and her generosity
in sharing her templates with us.
So have a great creating time all of you out there
as soon as I recover I'll get stuck into cardmaking
and as many Christmas cards I can make
I have designs in my head and stamps to go with them
just need a pair of good hands to work with


Sue said...

Hi Bridget. Just wanted to wish you good luck for your op and hope all goes well. I am hoping I never get this bad with my arm and shoulder as I have the same sort of trouble with mine, so I know how you must feel. Sorry to hear about your neighbors, sad loss, wish their families well. Good Luck my friend and hope to see your beautiful work again soon!

Sue said...

Oops, sorry forgot to say how beautiful your cards are, take care!

Anonymous said...

Just stopped in to look at some more of your lovely cards from the CardsforHeroes (Operation Write Home) website. Sorry to hear that you're going to playing one handed for a while. I'm sure you'll be dreaming up ideas to try while you're on the mend. Get well Bridget!

Christine said...

Best wishes on a speedy recovery Bridget!

Carole'Anne AKA Stampin Stressaway said...

Whow Bridget
thank you for stopping by my blog. I hope you are recovering well from your surgery.
We are getting a positive response to our 10min challenge.
so please come back, we will most likely be putting this in action the week of the Oct. 22nd.
Again, thank you for droppin in!