Would like to first say thank you to all who left comments on my last post 24 April, my apologies for not replying. I had hoped to do so two days later and have a few rows of Tussie Mussie sewn up to post, but only had the one sewn and pinned on my too narrow design wall when I had an argument with a spider!
Hopped into bed 26 April, read a few pages of my current book, light out and turned over onto my right side when my leg, a few inches above the ankle, began to burn, sting, tingle, throb, couldn't think what on earth was happening. DH thought was somehow a burn or a graze. - not possible! The next day there was obviously a problem, by this time inflammation was slowly spreading all around the area with a nasty wound in the centre. Off to the local emergency department. Result - couldn't decide what had happened but massive doses of antibiotics for seven days, told to keep leg elevated, five weeks of visiting my usual Doctor's surgery every couple of days for dressing changes, wound cleaning and still elevating leg. Healing up now but the consensus is there must have been a white tailed spider in the bed and in turning I obviously lay on it and it wasn't too happy about that. These spiders can cause real damage to the surrounding flesh on occasion, my leg was one of the occasions!
Sadly I was going to have my pacemaker replaced the week after all this happened but this was postponed due to the darned spider, now scheduled for June 23rd.
So I've been spending time sewing hexies
reading a new book
opening a package of new fabrics
sitting with a box of small pieces sorted by grand-daughter and finding this gorgeous piece of fabric not sure if KF or PJ - Wanda you would know I'm sure
watching the birds come to attack the seed pods of the trees outside the window